It's all a matter of taste guys. What one loves, another hates. People are putting forth ideas that may help us take that idea and run with with something more to our own taste. Kudos to anyone putting themselves out there. Another way to distress i used on white oak once, put steel wool in vinegar and let it sit for a few days and disolve. Not sure how it would work on other woods but it was very cool.
Make a 12-Foot Console Table for $100 Young House Love
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It doesn't have anything to do with cure time. It has to do with the type of paint. Any latex gloss surface will stick if you let it cure 10 years. If you already have a gloss surface you can buy a can of clear laquer and spray on several coats and it will stop the sticking. Or just use a flat or oil based enamel to start with. If you want shiny, you can use a flat paint and spray on a gloss laquer topcoat.
Advice for Painting Wood So It's Not Tacky or Sticky?
|11/29/12 10:45 AM|