Working with zippers can be intimidating.
You want the new stain to be Finditmakeitloveit to get into the wood. I like to suck it Finditmakeitloveit with a vacuum first, then use tack cloth to get every particle of dust. That stuff works like a charm!
You are going to want to wear gloves, trust me! I started using cheap paintbrushes I had on hand, and it went much faster!! Just use the tip of the brush to get the stain Finditmakeitloveit the cracks, then use the old shirt to wipe the excess into the wood around the crack.
Saved me so much time!! Make sure you get the really cheap ones so you can just throw them away when you are done.
I am not going to lie, this process takes forever. I did three coats on mine.
It takes at least two coats to get good coverage. And remember that this is stain, not paint. You do not want to glop it on. Make sure you wipe off the excess as you are going, before it has a chance to dry!
I did two coats on most of the areas, but three coats on the top of the railing that I knew would get more wear. Again, this process takes a long time because you have to wait for each coat to dry. I want to point out that even though I taped off my spindles, they still got stain on them.
I wrapped my newel posts with plastic wrap.
There was a lot of wood to cover, so I used tape around the spindles and all the places where the stain and white parts would touch. For everything else like the stair treadsI taped paper over them. I did two coats of primer and two coats of white paint.
After many, many, many hours of work and stiff shouldersyou will have a gorgeous new banister!! This is the most time consuming DIY project I have ever tackled, but the results are so amazing.
The whole space looks so much richer and more beautiful. I love the contrast of the dark and white, but you could just stain everything.
That would be faster. But I think the two-tone is worth it! Here are a few before and after shots: And and a couple more: I totally adore the contrast between the dark wood and the white spindles.The installer used two types of railings, one for the straight rails, and a different one for the risers.
But on the landing, he installed a few of them in the wrong places. Image via FindItMakeItLoveIt. Keep your lip balm from getting lost in the clutter with this amazing DIY sewing project!
The days of losing your favorite tube of lip balm have finally come to an end! Barn doors in the home are so hot right now and Steffany and I LOVE them! They make such a fun statement in any space, but are also functional.
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