How to Refinish Trestle Dining Table

May 2nd

Trestle dining table – Painting a dining table can be a work-intensive, time-consuming job, depending on the amount of paint or stain on the original table. What is good thing in dining table is that it can be done in your spare time.

Wood Trestle Dining Table
Wood Trestle Dining Table

Instructions

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Clean the trestle dining table. Make sure there is no dust or spider web on the table. Lay out a thick layer of newspapers across the work surface, as stripping will pass through a thin layer and destroy the floor. Set the table in the middle of the newspapers. Paint a thick coating of Stripes over a two-foot section of the table. Allow Stripes to stand for a few minutes, and then gently scrape old paint or stains from the table. Post another thick layer of the magazine. Move the table to the clean paper. Roll and throw the old newspapers. Paint the table with another weapon Stripes, with particular regard to tracks and places where the original color was difficult to get rid of.

Go over the table with a fine slip paper to remove any grooves and scratches. Make sure all areas are smooth in your hand. Vacuum the table to get rid of all dirt dust. Paint or bet the trestle dining table with the selected color. If you use the stain, apply the first coat; leave the table to set for 48 hours. The wood will suck much of the stain. Apply more layers of bets so that each coat wipes for 48 hours until you reach the desired color. The more layers of the stain you apply, the darker the wood will be.