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Has this ever happened to you? You painted your furniture with a paintbrush and afterward, you cried because it left those ugly strokes in your beautiful paint job? It happened to me a lot until I figured out a better way to paint! Today I want to share with you how to paint furniture without the brush strokes. Let’s get started…
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How To Paint Furniture Without Brush Strokes
Here is the supplies list of the products you’ll need to learn how to paint furniture without brush strokes.
- Spray Mist Bottle (bottled water) I don’t use the tap water.
- Chalk Mineral Paint
- Sanding Pad
Paint and Paintbrushes Matter!
Paint + Paintbrush + Water = how to paint furniture without brush strokes. It sounds like simple math and actually, it is. It’s all about keeping the paint moving and adding a fine mist of water with your chalk mineral paint to keep it workable. Also, make sure that you apply the paint in thin coats. It’s better to apply multiple coats than one thick coat of chalk mineral paint. Watch the video above for the full tutorial. I don’t want you to miss any important details.Everything is DO-able! Even eliminating brush strokes on your painted furniture.Click To Tweet
How To Paint Furniture Without Brush Strokes With Less Paint and Faster Dry Time
And did I mention less paint??? I have noticed that when I use this method I typically use less paint. That means my Dolla Bill will stretch further and that’s a win-win for me and you! As a result, learning how to paint without brush strokes will not only improve the quality of your painted furniture finishes, it also will give you the satisfaction of a job well done. Now, go and paint some furniture!
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Until the next project… xo, Do