I have never heard of liquid sander until this week. So I went to Lowe's and bought some. I followed the directions, and finished in no time.
I used a 220 grit sandpaper, too, on a couple of areas. Feeling pretty proud of myself, I come inside, and decide to google the liquid sander for giggles. I am an information junkie, and like to read reviews. Well guess what. You get better results if you paint within 1 hour of applying the liquid sander! Did I mention I 'sanded' at 11pm?? I thought I was doing good...getting one step out of the way before in the morning. But that is just my luck.
Much to my husband's dismay, I know how to paint furniture. And I love to paint furniture. But he does not prefer painted furniture. But I guess I am always searching for a new, easier way, to give a facelift, without all the chaos that comes with it. My attention span is minimal, and I ususally lose focus, and end up doing a shotty job.
But I love the treatment Jenny used at Anything Pretty. My honey-glazed cabinets are definitely on my to-do list. But I knew I could use this treatment on the dresser, too.
I bought some Valspar Clear Glaze, and I already had some Rustoleum Semi-gloss black from another project.