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How to Paint a Dresser Using Beyond Paint - Furniture Makeovers: Thrift Diving

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Published on Mar 2, 2015

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In this video, I show you how to paint an old vintage dresser with paint and stencils. For this project, I used Beyond Paint furniture paint, which is self-sealing, a bonder, and primer all in one.

How to use Beyond Paint: Make sure your surface is clean and dry. A roller is recommended if you'd like to avoid brush strokes; a paintbrush can be used for smaller sections where you need to fill in areas. The paint is self-leveling, which means it covers surface imperfections. Self-sealing, as well, which means you won't need a sealer if it's not a heavily used piece of furniture.

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To buy the pretty stencil - affiliate link - http://bit.ly/my-favorite-stencil

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