Pine dresser – Why do you recommend pine cabinets? The answer is simple. The pine cabinets displayed are not only beautiful; they have a delicate scent, but are also rugged. In the fact, it is very simple to modernize a piece of furniture in natural pine. Do you have one at you house? So, modernize it by remove the pine button handles. Then, remove the furniture if it has been varnished, sanding with sandpaper fine grains to avoid damaging the wood (avoid scratches).
Recap the holes of the handles with wood paste, sand lightly with fine grain sandpaper for a cleaner finish. Drill the new holes corresponding to the locations of the new handles. Dust the furniture properly. Apply an underlay to the foam roller, favoring matte white acrylic paint. Sand possibly for a well finished result. This underlayment will serve as a base for hanging the second coat of paint that you apply in the shade of your choice. Trendy lacquer paint will be a nice effect for the pine dresser.
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Let it dry, and then iron a second coat. No need to sand between the last two layers of finish. And the last, attach the new handles. If your pine dresser has legs, you can completely remove them by sawing them. And then, painting the cabinet in white and the tray in black or other shade. Remember to protect the upper part of the furniture with masking tape when painting the tray to avoid overflow.