Table & Chairs Makeover
- KILZ COMPLETE COAT® Paint and Primer in One
- 100-150 Grit Sandpaper
- Painter’s Tape
- Paint Brush
- Measuring Tape
- 3/8”-1/2” Synthetic Roller
For best results start with a properly prepared and previously painted or primed surfaces. Remove any loose or peeling paint and wash off dirt or grease with a non-soapy detergent or a TSP substitute. Rinse well and allow surface to dry.
Pro-tip: For glossy surfaces, scuff sand with the appropriate sandpaper prior to coating.
Tape off areas to be painted. To achieve a geometric pattern we recommend using measuring tape to evenly space tape.
Stir paint before and during application to make sure it is mixed.
Remove the painters tape when the paint is wet, or have a razor to cut the film if you’ve let the paint dry.
Allow to dry. The product dries to touch in 2 hours (at 77° F and 50% relative humidity) or longer in cooler temperatures and/or higher humidity.
Pro-tip: Measure peak to peak, as well as the distance between the points along the side of the table.
Pro-tip: Use a high quality synthetic brush or 3/8”-1/2” synthetic roller for the application. When painting a horizontal surface, like a tabletop, apply thin coats.
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