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3 weeks ago

Looks awesome 

Inspiredcoastal
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3 weeks ago

Awe thanks Eric 殺

Inspiredcoastal
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3 weeks ago

Thanks Eric. No this time I didn't dilute the stain and vanish. But I did seal it for extra protection. I also do a light hand sand in between stain a ...

Inspiredcoastal
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3 replies
3 weeks ago

Having the clear diluted with the stain and vanish gives allows for amazing application and self leveling 

Inspiredcoastal
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Sideboard makeover freshly painted and stained StepsStep 1- Clean using sugar soap and warm water - Scuff sand area wanting to paint using 120grit ...

Inspiredcoastal
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4 weeks ago

Hi,I generally would sand it however give it a really good clean down using sugar soap and warm water first. Then try a test of Feast Watson's "liming ...

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4 weeks ago

@bekzb Hi there, Apologies in delay in replying to you. I used a brush for my application. The colour stain is very dark so remember to dilute it d ...

Inspiredcoastal
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8 replies
November

Thank you Eric. It's a lovely stain colour that I have used often. Especially knowing that you can always dilute stains down if you desire.

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bekzb
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3 weeks ago

Thank you so much for all the information @Inspiredcoastal this is the first of 2 coats and is absolutely the colour I was looking for to go on top o ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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3 weeks ago

Hi @Inspiredcoastal Thanks for that extra information on how you finished the tabletop of the cabinet. It's amazing how you finished off the surfac ...

JoeAzza
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3 weeks ago

Hi @davalli, @EricL , @Inspiredcoastal are right , the only way is the sand and recoat the table, also try to reduce the sunlight hitting the furnitu ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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4 replies
3 weeks ago

Hi @Inspiredcoastal Thanks for that extra information, I was under the impression that you used a clean rag for this project as you can hardly see ...

bekzb
Finding My Feet
7 replies
4 weeks ago

This is lovely and I just purchased this stain today. May I please ask, did you apply with a brush? Interested to know the application method as they ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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9 replies
November

Hello @Inspiredcoastal Thank you so much for sharing your bedside table makeover project. Your painting process has really made the timber grain po ...

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Inspiredcoastal
Building a Reputation
3 weeks ago

Looks awesome 

Inspiredcoastal
Building a Reputation
3 weeks ago

Awe thanks Eric 殺

Inspiredcoastal
Building a Reputation
2 replies
3 weeks ago

Thanks Eric. No this time I didn't dilute the stain and vanish. But I did seal it for extra protection. I also do a light hand sand in between stain a ...

Inspiredcoastal
Building a Reputation
3 replies
3 weeks ago

Having the clear diluted with the stain and vanish gives allows for amazing application and self leveling 

Inspiredcoastal
Building a Reputation
4 replies

Sideboard makeover freshly painted and stained StepsStep 1- Clean using sugar soap and warm water - Scuff sand area wanting to paint using 120grit ...

Inspiredcoastal
Building a Reputation
4 weeks ago

Hi,I generally would sand it however give it a really good clean down using sugar soap and warm water first. Then try a test of Feast Watson's "liming ...

Inspiredcoastal
Building a Reputation
5 replies
4 weeks ago

@bekzb Hi there, Apologies in delay in replying to you. I used a brush for my application. The colour stain is very dark so remember to dilute it d ...

Inspiredcoastal
Building a Reputation
8 replies
November

Thank you Eric. It's a lovely stain colour that I have used often. Especially knowing that you can always dilute stains down if you desire.

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