Hi- thanks!! One thing I have learned from my husband's wood finish shop is that lots of finishes are not compatible, and if the bond is not made, the finish flakes off, bubbles, orange peels, fish-eyes, etc. SO- that being said, first use a wax wash to help remove years of Pledge build-up, then sand well and use a tack cloth. Then, use a primer specially made to bond incompatible finishes, THEN paint with the color of your choice. Tables and chairs get lots of use and abuse, so you will want to do it right.
Thanks for the welcome! I LOVE your blog....so many girls I'm not sure I'd know what to do with myself. I get overwhelmed with my 1 little man. Can't wait to hear more of your stories. Hope all the princesses are over the puking!
Hey Tricia! Love the blog. How old are your girls? I have two girls under two and can't imagine how much crazier my life would be with two more!!! Love the blog, I left a comment on your most recent post : )
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