If that was not bad enough, and it totally was, it was damaged and chipped. I knew it had to be totally redone.
Mikey convinced me to do the scariest thing that I have ever done with furniture, we took the top off. I was afraid that it would ruin the structural integrity of the piece. But it did not. :)
Remember the post that I did on how stripper reacts differently to different substances well this was no exception this blistered there really is not a different word for it.
Then I stripped it again,
then I sanded,
then Mikey stained it three times as I cannot be trusted with stain.
This stuff was actually very amazing I wish we had this when we were doing the entertainment center.
It is General Finishes in black. I cannot give you a real picture as my can is not so pretty anymore.
I finished this back in July but I was consumed with all things wedding I never shared it with you and I wanted to. I hope you enjoyed this and learn that if something has great bones you can make a great transformation. So when grandma offers you some family heirlooms...
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