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« on: May 30, 2012 02:18:55 PM »

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We bought a set of four dining room chairs for $60 problem is they needed a little sanding and some paint. So far we have tried on one test chair with primer first(which was a bad idea because my husband should have gone light over with it so now he has to sand it some more before we can put the paint on and with another test chair  sanding only the parts most worn on and using krylon spray paint with gloss. So far so good and it looks great. But we also found a nice big coffee table that we might use can paint on. Any advice let me know please?
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