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Because it is sturdy and has retained it's shape it's a perfect piece to try a little recovering magic.
The console transforms into a swanky bar, thanks to a new coat of paint and a custom-cut limestone top.
Anyway, I’m back to share the hardware makeover play-by-play and a ton of pics that we couldn’t squeeze into our door-painting post on Wednesday. So naturally I made some sort of sound that resembled a walrus screaming and chucked the sandpaper as far away as possible while cradling/apologizing to my doorknob and promising him that I’d never hurt him like that again.
We stripped the hardware off of both of the sliding doors in about five minutes (I took one side while John got the other one) by just unscrewing things on the front, back, and side to free them with a regular old philips head screwdriver… So after some decent amount of online research and chatting up the paint pros at Lowe’s (there’s a woman at the one near us who is phenomenally knowledgeable) we learned that the most recommended method for refinishing hardware (to gain the most durability and long-lasting finish) was: So I grabbed my high grit sandpaper and started on the first step: sanding. I should have taken a picture of the one side of the doorknob that I thought I ruined with the dumb sanding step but I was too busy freaking out.
Replace old drawer handles and pulls with decorative ones.
This low-effort trick adds personality and style to nondescript or inexpensive furniture.
I just used some rubber gloves and a rag to apply Next Liquid Deglosser (which is low-VOC and biodegradable) and then let everything dry a little so it wasn’t soaking wet before moving onto step three: applying one thin coat of spray primer.
But when I went to grab the primer I noticed something intriguing on the ORB can next to it. So I trusted my beloved ORB spray primer paint to lead the way and just applied three thin and even coats to all of my hardware (that I strategically placed on cardboard so I could access all of the exposed parts by piercing the long metal interior hardware rods through the cardboard so they stood up).
Cover more ground using less horsepower: The new CR-7 Topdresser and materials handler is designed to accommodate smaller equipment without sacrificing productivity.
Ideal for sports complexes, fairways or renovation work, it features proven Turfco Wide Spin™ technology to deliver your most accurate spread, from light to heavy, and up to 35-feet wide.
Adjustable flow control sets speed of belt and attachments.