How To Stain Fabric Furniture
With regular use, furniture that was once brilliant and beautiful can become drab and unattractive. The solution does not always have to mean shelling out large sums of money for brand new furniture. With upholstery fabric paint, old furniture can gain a new lease on life and even become the focal point of a room.
Simply Spray Upholstery Fabric Paint can quickly change the looks of a drab piece of furniture. Because the paint is not opaque, consider both the current color of the upholstery and the color of the fabric paint. A change from lighter to darker will bring the best results.
If the paint is lighter than the current color of the upholstery, it will not fully cover the present color. There is a chance this could produce a desire effect. However, it should be tested and considered before beginning the project.
Simply Spray On
Creating a new look is super simple with Simply Spray Upholstery Fabric Paint. The paint comes in easy to use spray paint cans. Simply spray and move the applicator back and forth across the furniture.
Just as with any painting project, more than one coat of fabric paint may be necessary to achieve the desired results. Simply continue to add coats of paint until the furniture has the desired look. It really is that simple.
Advanced Techniques Are Not Really Advanced
With Simply Spray Upholstery Fabric Paint, more advanced techniques are not that difficult. Stencils can be used during the application to make creative and even complex designs on the fabric. Just remember to follow the same rule of going from lighter to darker colors for the best results.
Simply anchor the stencil to the furniture with painter’s tape. Spray over the stencil, and wait for it to dry. Afterwards, simply remove the stencil to enjoy the beautiful designs.