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Table Makeover Using Weatherwood Stains

It’s Thriftstore Makeover day and I’m excited to share this end table makeover using a fairly new product that I am in love with! My friend Becca developed this incredible product called Weatherwood Stains.
It gives raw wood the appearance of reclaimed wood, you can obtain the look of barn wood or drift wood in only minutes!  What makes this stain product unique is the weathered color will change depending on what kind of wood you choose to use.  It reacts with the wood in order to achieve that weathered wood look that occurs naturally.

Table makeover using weatherwood stains. you can obtain the look of barn wood or drift wood in only minutes

My intention was to stain the whole table but all of the crevices made it difficult for me to sand the entire table down to the raw wood.  Even after bringing out the dremel and not having much success, I decided to simply stain the top and paint the rest of the table using chalk paint.

BEFORE

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Products Used:

Chalk Paint
Clean Rag

 

Directions  

If your furniture is painted or stained, you must sand down to the raw wood before beginning. I sanded the top down using 80-grit sandpaper and an orbital sander.

  1. Pour the stain into a separate container
  2. Using a new paint brush apply an even, generous coat of stain.  You can also use a foam brush or rag
  3. Remove any long standing puddles or any bubbles from the wood using a wet brush.
  4. Allow to air dry this took about 60 minutes.
  5. ​I wanted it to be a little darker so I applied a second coat of stain and allowed it to dry.
  6. Apply the white maintenance oil with a brush and wipe off  5 minutes later with new clean rag. The longer the oil sits, the whiter the effect. 
  7. Lastly I applied the flat varnish
  8. I waited about 48 hours before using.

I used Annie Sloan chalk paint on the rest of the table, you can find a tutorial on using chalk paint HERE

Table Makeover Using Weatherwood Stains

This is about where I gave up on the sanding, way too many crevices.

Table Makeover Using Weatherwood Stains

Table Makeover Using Weatherwood Stains

Table Makeover Using Weatherwood Stains

 

It was so fun to watch the wood change color, it was almost like being in the lab and watching a science experiment, I am really impressed with the way the color came out!

Table makeover using weatherwood stains. you can obtain the look of barn wood or drift wood in only minutes

What I loved about this Stain is it  does not require ventilation since they do not contain toxic fumes, but since I’m a messy painter I still worked outside.  I’m so excited to work on a few more pieces in our home using this product.

Time to check out all the awesome thrift store makeovers!

Upcycled thrift store items by the Thrift Store Decor Team - November 2018 - with Sadie Seasongoods

1. Mid Century Plant Stand DIY

2. Laundry Room Decor and Lost Sock Holder

3. Winter Wonderland Gumball Machine

4. Pedestal Bowl Stipple Paint Technique

5. DIY Serving Tray Makeover

6. Bird Cage Winter Snow Scene

7. DIY Joyeux Noel Sign

8. Table Makeover

 

Thanks so much for stopping by today, have a great rest of the week.

You can find more of my thrift store makeovers below




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