Round rustic kitchen table – The painting can be a new raw wood table or more, already painted table in a centerpiece for your kitchen. Painting Table, you can choose a look that fits your current decor or create the look of an old worn table surface. Possible job for each to tinker owner of the table with the ability to hold a brush and a grinder. It is the best way to have the look you want at a great Painted savings to get the professional table. Place a towel under the table to protect the floor from paint spills. Place a cloth on the table to protect the floor against paint spills. Clean the table thoroughly with a cleaner formulated for the material that forms the surface of the table. Panel clean thoroughly with a cleaning agent from the material on the table surface. Use a sponge for general cleaning, treat difficult to clean with a brush of hard brush scrubbing.
Remove all existing paints or finish on the table by grinding the flat surfaces of the attached table with a hand grinder with a coarse, 80-grit sanding tray. Remove any known colors or finishing on the table by grinding the flat surfaces of the table with a hand-powered sander with a coarse grit 80 sanding plate. Run the sander on the surface in small circles until the bare surface under the paint or finish. Remove the color or finish from the rounded surfaces of the table with 80 grit sandpaper. Change the sandpaper to 220 grains and go over the surface again to smooth out the surface imperfections of the table. Change the grit sandpaper 220 and go over the surface again to smooth out the irregularities of the round rustic kitchen table surface. Leave the surface slightly rough, but to facilitate the adhesion primer. Wipe the surface with a polishing cloth to remove residue from the grinding operation.
Apply a coat of primer to the surface of the floor. Apply a coat of primer to the surface of the floor. Use a roller to obtain a uniform base coat on the flat surfaces of the round rustic kitchen table, and a brush to apply the primer over the rounded or difficult areas. Allow the base coat to dry thoroughly before proceeding. The drying times vary according to the primer manufacturers and therefore wait for the instruction at the time of the manufacturer. Go beyond the surface primed with 220 grit sandpaper to remove any traces of brush and roller. Go to the surface that has been primed with 220 grit sandpaper to remove any brush strokes or rolls. Sand the primer defects, until you have a smooth surface ready for painting. Dry surface polishing cloth to remove abrasive residue.