Painting Amish Wood Furniture

Sep 14th

Amish wood furniture – Stop looking at scratches on your wooden furniture – you can fix these scratches instead, even on painted surfaces, and restore much of the original beauty. Even if you cannot match the color exactly, you have options if you use a creative painting technique. The repair work cannot be perfect, but it should improve the look of your furniture.

Amish Wood Furniture Table Set
Amish Wood Furniture Table Set

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Repair with matching Paint. Grind scratched area with medium sandpaper. Sand until the scratched area is as smooth as the surrounding wood. It does not matter how much color you remove because you will paint the entire area with matching color. Sand the whole side of Amish wood furniture with scratch with fine sandpaper. For example, if the scratch is on top of a table, sand the entire desk top. This will prepare the entire area of ​​painting by making it tough.

Wipe off the sanded area with a nice cloth to remove chips. Spread cloth under furniture. Paint the entire side of the furniture with matching color. Allow the paint to dry completely, and then apply a second layer if necessary. Repair Repos with different color Colors. Follow steps 1 and 2 above to grind the scratched area and prepare Amish wood furniture for painting. Instead of grinding only one side of the furniture to prepare it for painting, sand the entire furniture with fine sandpaper. Wipe the furniture carefully with the corner cloth. Spread cloth under furniture.

Apply contrasting color to Amish wood furniture in small areas. While the color is still wet, use a wet cloth to remove some of the paint so that the original color shows through the new color in different areas. Just wet the wet with wet cloth or roll wet cloth over the wet color to remove some of the paint. This technique will tie in the old color with the new color and effectively cover the scratched area in the process. Continue applying color and using wet cloth to remove some of the paint until you have used this technique throughout the furniture.