Leather Furniture Painting
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Leather furniture is great until it gets worn out and you have to get rid of it an buy a replacement, right? Wrong, you don't need to replace your worn leather furniture when you have this Leather Furniture Painting tutorial! This DIY tutorial will demonstrate how to revitalize your leather furniture that's looking a bit worse for its wear but still has good bones. Don't replace when you can just give it a coat of leather paint and have it looking good as new. Learn how to paint leather furniture by reading this DIY tutorial.
From the blogger: "I bought a leather recliner off of Craigslist a few weeks ago just to show you all a new leather paint. Yep, that’s right. A leather PAINT. How many of you have leather furniture that looks just like this….. worn out in the butt area and faded where the sun hits it?"
Time to CompleteIn an evening
Primary TechniqueFurniture Projects
- Old, faded leather furniture
- Sanding block if your leather has “snags” on it.
- Disposable chipbrush
- ReLuv leather paint
DIY Project Instructions
Wipe off dust or debris.
Sand any snags in the leather.
Start sponging in an inconspicuous spot.
Sponge the product on the whole piece of furniture.
Rag additional product onto spots that are more faded.
Allow product to dry completely.
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