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252 views • July 17, 2021

Restoring a Painted Mid-Century Modern Dresser

Modern Makeovers
In this makeover, I take a refinished dresser back in time to its original wooden glory. This dresser was floating around on Facebook Marketplace for weeks before I stumbled across it. The seller had written that it would be perfect for a refinishing project, and that's exactly what I picked it up for. This piece was constructed with 100% solid elm -- even the sides of the drawers -- which is a rare and valuable find, so I had to go with a full wood stain restoration to bring out the beautiful grains. It had been previously chalk painted with some stenciling on the door; the chalk paint was peeling and chipping everywhere, due to a lack of proper prep work on the wood prior to painting. This made it quite easy to just scrape off most of the paint, with some help of a paint stripper. If you enjoyed this makeover, please like and subscribe to see more. And if you have any questions, I would be happy to answer your comments. Thank you for watching :) - Andy from Modern Makeovers ---------- Below is a list of the tools and products that I used. Glue Syringe: Tiny Detail Sander: Wood Epoxy: Pre-Stain Wood Conditioner: Stain (Chocolate): Stain (Golden Oak 210B): Polyeurathane Spray (Semi-Gloss): Drill Press Guide: Belt/Disc Sander: Ridgid Orbit Sander: DeWalt Jigsaw: As a disclaimer, the above links may be affiliate links, so if you make a purchase with the links provided, I may receive a small commission. There's no extra charge to you, but it helps me out! ---------- Follow me on Instagram to see more flips that you won't see here on YouTube: Support the channel by buying me a coffee :)
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