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elliza88
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Hello again If I end up liking the shade after I sand it.. what type of sealer should I use on the table to prevent the red colour coming back? The li ...

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Yes I agree. It will be interesting to see the colour once I begin sanding. Who knows I could like the colour once sanded back a little and not have t ...

elliza88
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Thanks Red I will give it a go. I did attempt to bleach a small section however nothing happened. Will try sanding over the weekend. Could it be possi ...

elliza88
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Thank you that’s very helpful. How do I know when how much sanding is enough?

elliza88
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Wow that’s amazing! What colour was it originally?

elliza88
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Thank you! Do you don’t think I will need to stain the wood after sanding and prior to lime washing?

elliza88
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@prettyliving Thank you so much do you have a photo of the finished product? X

elliza88
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 Thank you so much Jason. I’m excited to start! I will attach a photo of what I would like the end result to be similar to. Any ideas would be so very ...

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redracer01
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Hello @elliza88 I don't think staining will be necessary as you mentioned you did not want the current finish to push through the lime white finish. ...

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June

Welcome @elliza88, and thanks for sharing your project with us. I absolutely love your furniture and styling and look forward to following along with ...

prettyliving
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June

This is mine, I wanted it quite light though so I did a couple of coats to get it this way.

redracer01
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Hello @elliza88 Welcome to the Bunnings workshop community. We recently had a member lime wash their brand new work table and it came up beautifull ...

redracer01
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June

Hello @elliza88 I'm in agreement with @sjloves if you are after a lighter finish and not full on Liming white then use Liming white stain and varnish ...

sjloves
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June

I would definitely use a liming wash also but be careful as there is a liming white wash and a stain and varnish. You want the stain and varnish limin ...

prettyliving
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June

 Hi @elliza88 I did my dining table like this a couple of years ago.. the process I used was sanding it first and then I used lining white on it follo ...

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elliza88
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June

Yes I agree. It will be interesting to see the colour once I begin sanding. Who knows I could like the colour once sanded back a little and not have t ...

elliza88
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Thank you that’s very helpful. How do I know when how much sanding is enough?

elliza88
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June

 Thank you so much Jason. I’m excited to start! I will attach a photo of what I would like the end result to be similar to. Any ideas would be so very ...

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