DIY Network offers tips to help you care for your wooden outdoor furniture and keep it looking its best for years.
This wooden chaise longue was a little worse for wear after a year exposed to the elements. See how we gave it a fresh new look by sanding it, staining it and .
Yes, you can revive metal furniture! Step 1: Clean and Prepare. Remove dust or debris with detergent, water and a scrub brush or rag. You can also try a 50/50 vinegar/water solution. Step 2: Apply Primer. Spray metal surfaces with a primer made specifically for metal, such as X-O. Step 3: Spray Paint. Spray on a coat.
Restore a Wood Patio Bench. Step 1: Strip Off the Old Finish. Old, weathered stain or paint can become dull and lifeless, so it's tempting to just cover it. Step 2: Sand It. The more thorough you are during the stripping process, the less you'll need to sand. Step 3: Stain It. Step 4: Apply Sealant.
Revive Outdoor Furniture: Sometimes a nice set of wooden furniture gets a. up so well to outside use but also means you want to be careful when you refinish.
Learn how to refinish wood furniture by yourself. Lowe's provides tips on how to remove the finish, use chemicals, prepare the wood, staining and finishing.
Refinish Outdoor Wood Furniture
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