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Ideas for Refinishing Kitchen Table Sets

If you’re Kitchen Table Sets has seen better days, or if you just want a new look, save some money by repairing the table yourself. The amount of material you need to do the job depends on how you plan to do it, as well as the size of the table. There are a variety of options available.

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If you are looking for a natural look and you have a solid wood Kitchen Table, color it. Scale of wood of any color or bets. Then, sand the surface with a hand slip to smooth it out and remove any remaining bets or others above ground. When everything is gone, color the surface with a bet that you choose. You can buy a variety of stain colors on most home improvement stores, or for a more unusual look, blend your own spot from two or more colors from the same brand. After the stain has dried, apply a layer or two of sealants to keep the wood from getting food stains. Remember that the finished color of your finished project will depend on a variety of factors, including how thick you apply the stain and wood species your table is made.

Paint It

Whether your Design Kitchen Table is wood, veneer, metal or anything else, you can paint it to give it a whole new look. Apply a layer or two of color in a color you like throughout, or give your table a more detailed look by using a faux paint technique. Make your table look like another material, such as leather, stone, marble or wood, or add a historic look to your kitchen with the painful or antiques piece.

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