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A lick of paint is one of the quickest and easiest ways to update your home’s interior. That’s no different for furniture, which can be truly transformed by high quality chalk paint brushes. Whether you’re looking to revamp an old pine chest of drawers, an end table, bookshelf or a fabric chair, this guide will explain how to upcycle your furniture with chalk paint in eight steps. Upcycling Using Chalk Paint 1. Pick Your Brush When you’re using chalk paint, you’ll always get better results with the right paintbrush. Although you can use whatever you have lying around in your...
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If you've got an old leather suitcase, a very quick way of revamping it is to use Frenchic's virtually odourless, solvent and toxin free Browning Wax. Clean it down with sugar soap and then apply the wax all over before giving it a good buff up to a beautiful Frenchic gleam. Products available from Doodledash stores at Parson's Street, Banbury and also at unit 9, Banbury Antiques Centre.