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Easily refurbish flea market finds or add some character to home decor pieces with Americana Decor Satin Enamels. Specifically designed satin sheen formula that gives a durable finish to projects. Works especially well in high-use areas such as bathrooms and kitchens. Its smooth brushability ensure fewer brushstrokes. No need to prime or sand before using.
Satin Enamels comes in 21 intermixable colors in an easy-to-use 8 oz, wide-mouth jar. One jar provides two-coat coverage on approximately 20 square feet.
Americana Decor® Satin Enamels™ comes in 21 rich colors for home decor.
Shake gently. Apply using a soft brush or roller. Sand lightly between coats when painting on raw wood. Lightly sand already painted or sealed surfaces before applying for best results. One 8 oz jar provides two-coat coverage on approximately 20 square feet. Cures to a hard finish, no sealer/varnish needed. Cleans up with soap and water.
Clean stencils quickly before paint dries.
No primer or sealer is needed before painting or to protect the finish afterwards.
For better coverage on slick surfaces, use a light touch. Pressing too firmly with the brush can cause paint to slide off the surface.
For an eggshell finish, use a high-density cosmetic sponge to tap the paint onto the surface. This technique will also give your basecoat "tooth" that makes it easier for additional coats of paint or painted designs to adhere.
Clean prefinished surfaces thoroughly before painting. Use TSP (Trisodium Phosphate) or a degreaser to clean the surface thoroughly. Follow label instructions for best results.
Remove hardware. Place hardware for each door or drawer in a separate sealable bag. Label bag with a piece of tape and a marker or place a piece of paper with info inside the bag.
Remove drawers and/or doors. Use a piece of masking tape to label them with their original location. Make sure to put the tape on an area you won't be painting, like the drawer bottom or back of doors, so that you won't have to remove the label during the painting process.