Optional Colors Cherry Wood Paint

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Cherry Wood Paint Types
Cherry Wood Paint Types

Cherry Wood Paint – Cherry wood is used for many different types of home furnishings, such as kitchen furniture, dining sets, and bedroom furniture and side tables. Cherry wood is very sturdy and dense, meaning it is very durable. If you want a new style for your cherry wood furniture or if your wood is chip or damaged in progress, painting is always optional. Prepare a well-ventilated area for this painting project. Garages and unfinished basements with large windows are good options. If you are going to paint kitchen furniture, keep all the windows open for fresh air flow.

Wash your furniture well so there is no dirt or grime on the surface. This is especially important if you are refinishing the kitchen furniture finish, as they often get complicated. Remove all cabinet doors or drawers from the sideboards, along with the knobs and hinges. Place the doors and drawers on a separate worktop. Sand from the existing surface finishes using a 220-grit sandpaper and sandpaper so the cherry wood paint will adhere well. Always sand in the direction of the grain goes against the current scratching the wood, which will show even under the paint. Clean all sanding dust with an anti-static cloth.

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Dust left on the furniture can result in a bumpy finish. Apply a primer coat to blocking stains using a 3 or 4-inch foam brush. Painting in the direction of the grain. Allow the primer to dry completely (two to three hours on average). The primer will keep the old finish from seeping through as well as preventing sample knots through. Apply the first layer of latex cherry wood paint using a foam brush. Allow the cherry paint to dry and cure for three to some hours. Buff your cherry wood furniture after the first coat of paint is drying. Clean with an antistatic cloth. Apply a second coat of paint. Allow drying for three to five hours. Add a third coat of paint if you are using a white or light colored paint, if necessary.

Darker colors tend to cover with fewer layers. Using the primer generally, avoids the need for a third layer. Apply a layer of polyurethane (water-in-oil or oily) on your furniture using a foam brush. The polyurethane is very difficult to fix once it has dried, so apply a thin layer of trimming drips. Allow drying for 24 hours. Apply a second layer of polyurethane. Allow drying for 24 hours. Return to place all the hinges and knobs. Doors stay behind in closets and drawers to replace. You can also use a cherry wood paint sprayer or brush roller to apply paint.

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