How to Whitewash Pine?


Pine wood is used in making a number of surfaces at home. To whitewash furniture made from pine, one has to sand its surface first. Mix two parts of white paint with one part of a glazer and water then stir to make a paint mixture. Using a brush, apply the paint to the furniture as a fine coat and finish by applying polyurethane.
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How to Whitewash Pine
You may encounter pine wood in a variety of places in your home, from paneled walls to flooring to furniture. Although it is not as strong as other types of wood, pine tends to be inexpensive and holds a finish well, according to the Utah State... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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1. Apply masking tape around the edges of paneling that must be finished in place. Since you will be using oil-based paint, which is much tougher to clean up than water-based paint,
As to ruining the value , I would say yes. Buy a quality flat paint and add water.
Remove any existing paint finishes the item of furniture might have by following the directions on your chosen type of paint stripper. Several applications of paint stripper might
Q: I have pine paneling in my bedroom, on the walls as well as the ceiling. The paneling is dry and looks worn out. I was thinking of giving it some kind of "whitewash."
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