Although many do choose their yourself smear stained pine furniture, others prefer to infuse color by applying a coat of paint. Unfortunately, many fans avoids important preparation steps essential to create a long-lasting finish. If you are painting pine bedroom furniture, you need to know both adequate preparation techniques that contribute to the durability and appropriate application process for aesthetics in general.
Spread a cloth fabric high strength and put pine bedroom furniture on top. Use sandpaper 80-120 -grit to smooth rough edges or chipping areas. Clean pine furniture with a tack cloth to remove dust. Do not skip this step or you may have problems with adherence. Cover hardware or any other area you do not want painted with blue painter’s tape. Use a brush 3-inch latex primer to apply to larger areas of pine bedroom furniture.
Brush from left to right. Take special care to smooth runs. Use a latex brush 1 inch for priming to smaller, more detailed furniture pine areas. Apply the primer in the same manner as you did in step 5 to avoid creating brush marks in the last layer. Allow 2 hours for dry latex primer. Repeat steps 5 and 6 with latex paint instead latex primer.