This will teach you how to paint the wood. The wood is synonymous with life. Furniture, fixtures and objects are created by the skilful hand of mother nature who invented the wood. The wood laminates as opposed to the warmth and character that is changing color becoming darker ages with us. This material has bought even more valuable with the antique markets where they sell at prices exorbitant antique wooden furniture, sometimes passing them off as antiques. Do you remember how beautiful were the cupboards where your grandmothers kept freshly baked bread? They have become an antique sought to beautify our homes. But the wood being alive, it needs care and dedication.

To keep an object in optimal conditions and for a long time, clean it, sanded and paint periodically. Here are some short tips to do a simple job and at the same time classy. When we are going to paint any object of wood, one must assess the degree of moisture as if it was too wet, would compromise the final result, creating unsightly cracks or even rot.


Another important thing is the choice of brushes, which should be of varying size and previously treated with a bath of water or solvent before being used. Instead, the materials such as knife, the strip of paper, sheets of paper, the sandpaper must be purchased in various grits. Today, to speed up the operation of sanding, there are machines available at any home improvement store for all budgets, to apply sandpaper disks. These devices can be found in two sizes and in different grains from the largest to the finest. Before passing to painting real, we need to make the area well smoothed, using for the first time the grain paper until you get to that finer. So with a sheet, which can be a piece of old sheet that you gave your wife, sprinkle thoroughly.

At this point begins the real painting. But it is different, if the wood is more or less dealt with above. If we ever paint a wood stained, you must pass a layer of glaze after another for a natural effect while if we want to have a polished finished product, we apply 2 coats of flatting, making sure to never use it on wet wood. If the case had already been painted before, we have sanded, cleaned, filled and sanded until it is perfectly smooth. Then with a brush, hold out the paint without dripping, repeating the operation a second time. At this point we put our works to dry for the necessary time basing also on what to show the labels of manufacturers. Now on the market, there are products that simplify all these phases, allowing a drying and a fast result and excellent.