Published at Thursday, November 15th 2018. by Jeanette Wright in Kitchen Table.
This kitchen table all right. First, off with this kitchen table, it has a little bit of a warm finish, and so some of the old veneers are kind of popping off and I'm going to go ahead and start with sanding it and I'm going to use my palm sander today. Next, it is a very important step because the prep is the essential step for creating custom, beautiful professional-looking painted pieces, and I'm going to start with AD Glosser.
Today I use a desegregate and a Brillo pad a little bit of water, and then I rinse it clean again with a clean sponge, water and then it's clean and ready to go. So let's get started, okay, guys it's time to start talking about prepping the table and that's step one and step one today is going to be me, sanding the old finish on the table. Now, when I say sanding, I'm not talking about sanding the entire finish off. It's just kind of sanding and getting all of the old dirt and grime and years of buildup off, but also I kind of wanted to point out something that's happening on this table and may be happening on yours and how to address it.
So if you can kind of zoom in here - and you can see a little bit of the Thiam original finish - is kind of flaking off in areas and it's kind of a rough feel. So what I'm going to do is just sand a little bit more in those areas. So I'm gonna get started on that and then we're gonna clean and prep the space for Payton. So let's get started, okay, guys so I've already sanded the entire tabletop surface and my kind of ground down the areas where the finish was peeling off. So now I'm going to talk in detail in regards to how I clean and prep the surface with this do Glosser now.
Yes, I do recommend, on a very glossy surface, to use this Dee Gloucester detergent, but I use it on every surface so that I have that beautiful, smooth finish of paint when I'm done so again. This is called Dee Gloucester and I just use a little bit of water in a bucket, and this is just a scouring pad. It's got right, scouring pad. Then I'm going to use to apply it on there and then when I'm done, I'm going to take just a regular foam sponge and get it wet and clean that off. Now, I'm not done after that. There's just one more step to prep and dry your surface before you start painting.
I always once I'm done rinsing this table and cleaning it. I spray it again with vinegar and water and wipe it dry with a paper towel, because, even though we've cleaned it twice with a cleaner and water there's always just that little bit of residue left, and you want to make sure that you have nothing. On your surface, before you paint remember to use some gloves when you start this and then you're going to start the next step.
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