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Ah, the old piano. That big, brown, I'm-doing-nothin-for-ya furniture piece that's sucking the design right out of your living room (shrieking in the ...
Prep Work Supplies 1" painter's tape Electric sander 60 and 150 grit sandpaper 1 gallon Zinsser BIN primer Tack cloth (1-2 packg...
To begin your prep work, first get your piano ready: Move your piano downstairs and outside after making your nice neighbors haul it up two fli...
Next, you'll prime your piano a couple times over. Here's the supplies you'll need, which are part of the prepping process: 1 gallon Zinssser Pr...
It's now time to paint! Yes! Here again is the paint supply list: 1 qt of sherwin william's interior acrylic latex satin finish Miniwax poly...
Finish the painting process with 2-3 coats of shiny protective finish in clear satin. As you add a coat onto another, the more shiny and less matte it...
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