How Do You Refinish Pressed Wood Furniture?

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To refinish pressed wood furniture you need to first sand it with 220-grit sandpaper. Next, paint a base of oil-based primer on the furniture. Lastly, use an acrylic enamel to finish the project.
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1. Sand the pressed wood furniture with 220-grit sandpaper until the finish appears dull. Sand with the wood grain. 2. Wipe down the pressed wood with tack cloths. 3. Set the pressed
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If the veneer is actually wood, and you are going to a darker color, you can sand off any sealer (varnish, shellac or Poly) and then restain. Be careful not to sand all the way through
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How to Refinish Pressed Wood Furniture
Pressed wood furniture is composed of particle board finished with a veneer to give it the appearance of solid wood. Because pressed wood furniture does not accept stain well, you should refinish it with enamel instead. Unfortunately, pressed wood is... More »
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