Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 01:03:09 AM
Some people prefer to get the peeling and distressed paint look of antique furniture. This style is suitable mostly for the kitchen and the family room. The usual colors are white, red, green, yellow or blue. First, start with sanding the furniture, and then apply latex paint. When the paint has cured, sand it once again in certain spots to get the worn out look. A slight touch of dilute paint here and there on your painted furniture will improve its visual appeal.
The secret to getting the best results is to use a very small dab of oil. This is the key to getting a lustrous shine on the surfaces you use it on.
One disadvantage could be that of the price. If one calculates the number of installments one pays for the furniture item, and the actual cost of buying that piece of furniture in one go, one realizes that one ends up paying at least two or three times the actual cost if one decides to go for rent to own furniture.
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