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I don’t want to worry about a little wear and tear from the babies. Use the coarse sandpaper block to go over the edges, and then follow up with the medium-grit sandpaper.
The coarse cut through my 4 layers well and the medium fanned out the scratch lightly to make it look more real. This is the protective top-coat that you don’t want to skip.
At around for the gallon, it’s well worth the time you save on sanding.
It is oil-based, so you will need paint thinner or mineral spirits to clean your brush. Holy stink; I had all of the windows and door open as well as a fan blowing air out the window.
If you are planning on changing the hardware you may need to patch the old hardware holes too.
The wood filler is also great to fix large scratches and dings.
Painting furniture without sanding is the way to go!
Most of the big-time furniture painters are very specific on brands and types of primer/paint conditioner/polyurethane that they use.
I like the look, but it also will make using it easier.
Remove all of the dust completely before moving on.
Using Zinsser Cover Stain oil-based primer is the key here.
The sheen of the paint doesn’t really matter because you are going to cover it anyhow. Allow the paint to dry for 24 hours before moving on to the polyurethane.
I added the Floetrol paint conditioner to the paint which is meant to help reduce brush marks. If you are going for the shabby chic/vintage look then you can distress the paint. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to distress this piece or not. I had my fair share of paint drips and brush strokes regardless of the care I took to prevent them, so I decided that distressing was a good option for me.