Hey there! I hope you guys are having a great week. Isn't it funny how right as the time changes, Fall seems to really set in! I am so happy to say that I am finally finished restoring the last original door on our house here in Atlanta, as I am ready to move onto other indoor projects.
Before I get to those other projects (hello, master bath and closet!!), please join me as I share the second part of my door project with you. If you watched last week's video, you already know about the nasty process of stripping your door and the importance of protecting yourself when using nasty chemicals like stripper. Remember what happened to my shoes! Luckily Sanding, Painting and Priming isn't nearly as gnarly, but you'll still want to protect yourself and 3MDIY offers a wonderful and affordable line of products.
3M Sandpaper (sheets and orbital sander refills)
3M Safety Glasses
Paint (I like a Semi-Gloss or Satin for interior doors)
Stripper & Mineral Spirits - for hardware
A Glass Jar
Ok, you're all set. And I promise the results are oh so worth it. Here's my rundown -
Refinishing Antique Doors - A How To : Part 2 of 2 : Sanding, Priming and Painting from Claire Watkins on Vimeo.
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