Furniture Flips

February 25, 2020

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  1. Meghan says:

    Great post, thank you for the info!

  2. Victoria says:

    Do you happen to clean the items with tsp?

    • Danica says:

      Hi Victoria! I don’t use tsp since I sand my furniture. That almost always gets rid of any grime on its own eliminating the need for a tsp cleaner.

  3. arhay says:

    Hi this piece is beautiful! I am going to use your guide to try my hand at a MCM dresser I snagged from FB marketplace. I do have one question though… when referring to the Sherwin Williams paint you mentioned “at 75%” I don’t want to assume I know what is meant by this. Can you explain?

    • Danica says:

      Happy to help! Any paint color can be ordered at a lower percentage to make it lighter without changing the undertones. So if the color you like is a smidge too dark, you can order it at a lower percentage strength (75% for example) to lighten it up. I talk more about this in this blog post –
      Hope that helps!

  4. aschleck says:

    This looks awesome! Thanks for the step by step instructions, you’ve inspired me to paint some old night stands we have. One quick question, the Sherwin Williams paint, do you use the satin, semi-gloss or flat finish?

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