I want to share with you a table project that I have been working on for awhile. A little bit at a time that is!! I'm not sure I have ever started a project and finished it straight thru with out taking days and days to finish it without working on another project at the same time. Well, here you have an average round table....so I thought!!!
Contrary to this pic the stain was super dark and pretty beat up and it had a really bad water ring on it...which you can see in the center where I started to sand it right away. I used my trusty stripper gel all over the surface of this piece. If I were going to paint the top I wouldn't have bothered to strip the top but I knew I wanted to strip and restain this piece.
After I scaped all the old stain and goo off I then started to sand her down.
Holy Moly....look at that wood...I was so excited to see that it was in perfect shape even after I sanded the water ring out.
I stained it with a Minwax Provincal medium stain and sealed it with 5 coats of Poly waterbased sealer....with a light sanding in between layers. I next started on the base of the table which I wanted to use ASCP in Duck Egg There were so many twist and turns with groovy groves all over I painted Old White in those areas because I was going to distress her after the Duck Egg.
I was pretty pleased with the way it turned out. I finished it up and sealed it with Annie Sloan clear wax.
She has since been taken to my Booth at Great Lakes Antique Mall and is for sale. I love the top of this table and I know someone special will make her a great home.
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