The technique of painting with soap bubbles for kids

Please forward the technique of painting with soap bubbles for kids error screen to 41. Please forward this error screen to 67. Please forward this error screen to 108. Start out with a piece of furniture covered in years of build-up.

I bought this TSP degreaser, and it worked like. I don’t want to do anything to this piece of furniture. I don’t want to sand it at ALL. He told me to buy this stuff.

It’s got a pretty rough surface to it so that it can grip the paint. I turned to my handy dandy Ben Moore Low Lustre Metal and Wood paint. Note-this is not the actual can I used. The second is a foam roller.

I buy the foam rollers at Wal-Mart for a couple of bucks. I cut in the trim and curves with cheapo foam brushes from Hobby Lobby, then I roll on all the flat surfaces with the foam roller. It looks like it’s been sprayed on. I’m quite careful about checking for coverage and lines as I go, but I don’t do anything special outside of that. I just keep rolling lighter and lighter until it’s completely smooth. Just in case you’re doubting the smoothness this provides.