We often think that milk paint is perfect only on wood, but did you know it can also work on metal surfaces as well?
We put our creative minds at work and came up with a nice project for today. Giving old metal lockers a new look with, the colour Poolside.
This round wood and steel table was looking a little tired so we gave it a brand new look in a bright red color. In this blog we will show you our step-by-step process of the transformation.
With so many of us working from home these days, we wanted to freshen up this home office and give our writing desk a new look! This piece was super sleek, and we were looking for a modern finish, so to ensure no chipping we're going to use Bonding Agent.
This unique dining table that closes up to a console table had lots of wear and tear on the tabletop, and in some areas the previous owners had started stripping off the old finish so we decided to continue stripping the top and extensions to the bare wood with stripping gel. When stripping furniture, the stripper will always leave a gummy residue. We recommend doing a final clean-up with Fusion TSP Alternative and water. For the rest of the table, we just did a quick scuff-sanding.
When painting Milk Paint by Fusion over raw bare wood, you need to do very little to no prep at all! The beauty of milk paint on a wood surface is that you still see and feel the wood grain. This is completely unique to anything else out there in the paint world. Don’t worry, you'll still get full opaque coverage over the wood, with a solid colour, as often many think that Milk Paint is more like a stain. It can actually be anything you want it to be by controlling how much water to powder ratio you add.