Small office chair – Lack is a shiny surface that modernizes and updates a chair while giving it a vintage look. Many restore antiques and vintage chairs have had a colorful shade of varnish sought a hybrid look of modern restoration on antique design. Tailoring a chair is a fairly simple DIY project that can be filled with even a beginner refurbished.
Cover your floor with protective plastic. Apply paint remover with a brush to the small office chair and wait until it bubbles up; it takes on the appearance of a foaming fluid. Use a clean cloth to remove any paint remover mixed with removed paint or bite. Do not apply any more paint removal until the product has been activated and has been dried by the chair. Repeat this process and remove all color or bets from the chair; the strip is applied to all areas of the chair that have color.
Sand the small office chair to a soft, lightweight lacquer. Paint stripping and the general aging chair affect how much grinding is required as especially OHYLADED pieces require much more grinding. Use sandpaper for hard-to-reach places or for the entire project if you do not have a stand-alone or hand-held professional grinding machine. Apply thin, even layers of paint with a clean brush. Let each layer dry thoroughly and repeat the process until you have reached the desired color.