Distressed dresser is a popular do it yourself project for those who want their decor have an old look but cannot afford real antiques. You can distress a comfortable room in a matter of hours, or using more complicated techniques for a more authentic look. All you need is paint, sandpaper and an idea of what you want your closet to see how once afflicted him.
The first instructions to give look for distressed dresser is remove the drawers. Then, clean the inside and outside with a damp cloth comfortable. Sand the dresser. Be careful not to apply too much pressure. If there is dirt or paint that does not flow when sanding, go over the area with a wire brush. Apply a coat of primer to the entire dresser. Allow the primer to dry completely.
The next step is paint the toilet with a brush, making sure to follow the grain in the wood. When the paint is dry, apply a second coat. Sand the areas you want to look distressed, as edges and corners. The last instruction to give look for distressed dresser is apply a polyurethane paint or finish for all dresser and let it dry completely.