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loturner loturner 2 years

I would try to sand down the area you want to spray paint to remove as much of the dark stain as possible. The spray actually covers quite well so even if it is laminate or you can't remove much of the stain with sanding you could do multiple coats and most likely get the same effect.

loturner loturner 2 years

Sorry for the delay! I used .75

sparang sparang 2 years

I absolutely love this! What size knobs did you buy? The 1 inch or .75? Thanks!

loturner loturner 2 years

:)

loturner loturner 2 years

Thanks! I added details in the comments!

loturner loturner 2 years

Thanks! :)

loturner loturner 2 years

For those that asked I used Minwax pre stain wood conditioner then Minwax gel stain in walnut. I did 2 light coats of the gel stain, probably could have done 3 for a richer look. I finished it with Minwax wipe on poly to help protect the stain. For the spray paint on the legs I used rustoleum American Accents Metallic Satin Nickel.

loturner loturner 2 years

Hi! I used Minwax pre stain wood conditioner then Minwax gel stain in walnut. I did 2 light coats of the gel stain, probably could have done 3 for a richer look. I finished it with Minwax wipe on poly to help protect the stain.

dummypants dummypants 3 years

This is amazing - can we get specifics on the stain used please? thanks!

TresAnnie TresAnnie 3 years

The spray paint trick is so good!

lmiller1957 lmiller1957 3 years

I actually prefer Lauren's IKEA version to the original!

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