This is a true trash to treasure furniture makeover. I’m stripping paint from this wood empire dresser to reveal a beautiful natural wood finish. I’ll be adding a transfer to disguise some veneer damage, too. You won’t believe the after.
Go check out Cory at @Desert DIY and watch her Trash to Treasure makeover here 👉
Heat Gun Removing Paint vs. Chemical Stripper
Wagner Furno 300 –
Paint Scraper –
Welding gloves (any heat safe ones over 1100 degrees F) –
Surf Prep 3″ x 4″ Electric Ray
Prima ReDesign transfer Folk II –
Dixie Belle Clear Coat Flat –
Zibra Fan Brush –
White ceramic knobs –
3M Household respirator w/ particle filters for sanding –
Vapor filters (for shellac, stain and other strong odor products) –
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I’m Christina Muscari from Pretty Distressed.
- Canon EOS Rebel SL2 DSLR Camera –
- Rode VideoMic Camera Mount Shotgun Microphone –
- MacBook Pro (13-inch, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD Storage, Magic Keyboard) –
- Rode NT-USB Versatile Studio-Quality USB Cardioid Condenser Microphone (voiceovers) –
- Prismatic 18” Halo Ring Light w/ Stand –
- Fovitec Softbox lights –
- Fovitec – 2-Light 900 LED Daylight Panel Kit –
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