In an effort to make sharing how to paint glossy wood furniture more exciting, I bring you my third-grade rhyme stylings, followed by a photo montage which showcases my creepy-looking hand. Go time.Sand that thing, a lot or a little The more you sand, the easier and better. Then prime it up, with oil-based primer, skip the water-based, oil is finer. Next lightly sand again and again Just rough it up before you begin. Paint your piece with water-based paint in between coats, be sure to wait. Do some light sanding after each coat Don’t sand too much, and that’s no joke. Seal it up with some polyurethane Then enjoy your work, glossy’s loss is your gain. …
Cue the photo montage:
And that’s how you paint glossy wood furniture. It might seem silly, but I feel like this comes up a lot and people are generally unsure of what to do. So I rhymed it.
What was your favorite part? How I tried to get “little” to rhyme with “better”? Or how I tackled a never-before rhymed about DIY topic? Or how it looks like my eyes are closed in that photo of me painting, while I am really just very intense about the painting process? So many options to love, people.