To Finish Cherry Toddler Bed Furniture
Cherry toddler bed – Cherry is a popular wood for furniture. The red-colored, dark wood matches modern rooms. Exposure to light darkens the raw, unfinished cherry tree even longer, as some owners find undesirable. Fortunately, you can protect the tree and keep it from darker using a highly pigmented gel stain in conjunction with a polyurethane finish. Even cherries are hard to color evenly; this pigmented finishing process will smooth out the resulting color
You will need: sandpaper (80, 120, 220 and 320 gravel), damp cloth, pigmenting gel stains, polyurethane, paint thinner and medium brush. Instructions: Starting with rub the surface of furniture with 80 sandpaper. When it’s smooth, use 120 and 220 gravel paper to create an even smoother, glossy finish. This will remove the surface defects and help spread the spread evenly. Two, wipe it with a damp cloth. As the cloth becomes dirty, wash it with fresh water. Wipe away every surface of furniture. Let the wood dry completely. Three, apply pigmented gel stain to wood according to manufacturer’s instructions. It is most often used with a clean dry cloth or a medium sized brush in even sweeping movements. Wipe the excess gel stain. Allow the cherry toddler bed furniture to dry in a well-ventilated room for 12 to 24 hours.
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Four, combine some polyurethane and 1 part paint thinner to create a sealant. Apply over the dried gel stain with a medium sized brush. Allow to dry for eight hours. Apply another sealant. Allow to dry for at least 12 hours. Five, slip glossy finish with 320 sandpaper. Apply two or three layers of pure polyurethane to add cherry toddler bed even more gloss and stamina to the finish. Release 320-gravel paper and wipe away all dust between coats. Tips and warnings: lay down the newspaper or cloth to protect the floor from drips of sealer and finish. The end.