Milk Paint is best applied to unpainted wood as it tends to shrink quite a bit. You may get away with lightly sanding your piece and then applying milk paint. Do a test in an inconspicuous area.Are you making your own milp paint or wanting to use ready made paint?There are lots of good recipes on the net, but basicalli it is skim milk, hydrated lime , boiled linseed oil, chalk powder and water.Experiment using skim milk powder to obtain a thicker paint for various effects, crackles etc. The thicker you apply the paint the more likely you are to get a crackle surface.For a smooth even finish it is best to apply numerous very thin coats,milk pain becomes less translucent as it dries.Milk paint gives a fabulous Matt finish but is not washable and marks tend to become part of the surface so please take this into account when repainting things such as armrests etc.
Yes you can use acrylic paint to paint furniture
You can use turpentine to remove paint from the leather furniture.
if you use primer first
Yes you can the paint you should use is gloss expessialy for doors
They should have a 'Teak Oil' that you can use to finish the furniture
As there are many different kinds of outdoor furniture, there is a type of paint to use for each of them. Use this website http://www.2-clicks-outdoorfurniture.com/article/what-paint-to-use-on-outdoor-furniture.html as your guide to get you started.
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YOU CAN USE TURPENTINE TO STRIP PAINT OFF OF OLD FURNITURE. IT IS GOOD TO USE ON ANTIQUE FURNITURE. IT IS A GOOD WAY TO RESTORE A NICE PIECE OF ANTIQUE FURNITURE.
depends on the room, furniture, theme, and decorations that you plan to use.
Paint, sequins, beads, glass colours etc.
try regular acrylic, or use nail polish. coat it with clear spray paint of Madge-podge.
oil base enamel.
use markers, paint and many different kind of art material.
Almost any type of outdoor paint can be used on aluminium patio furniture. It should be outdoor paint to ensure it will withstand the rain and sun it may be exposed to on the patio. Spray paint may be easiest to use as it will easily get into all the small nooks of the furniture.
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Repainting furniture (or repainting anything) requires removal of the old paint before applying new paint, because old, flaking paint will continue to flake, even if a new coat is painted on top of it, and the new paint will then be flaking off along with the old. You might also want to use polyurethane varnish rather than paint, if you have wood furniture.
Use an oil based paint for durability to wear, water based for durability to sun and weather.
If your furniture is antique, do NOT paint it. This ruins the value of the piece for serious collectors. If you simply don't care about that, look into a combination primer/stain/paint product such as the exterior products from Flood.com
Use hard wood furniture, without too many ornaments. Use wallpaper instead of paint, paint is easier to use, but it is more modern too. You can also use furniture like chests, or crates. And don't forget about masive chandelier.
The term that you used, Lacquer, tells all. The preparation that you do to the furniture and the amount of coats you use will determine the end results.
Spray paint is okay, but for the future, make sure you use rust-resistant paint. This way you won't run into the same problem. Also, make sure you wash the furniture before painting so you get the longest use out of your patio!