Decorate Navy Blue Chair

Dec 6th

Goods gathered around the dining table and or rest against the walls, navy blue chair are useful additions to your space. If your home is filled with chairs that have seen better days today, you may have a different than retirement these bits the option. With some basic tools, you can give your chairs new looks, revitalize them and allow them to perform their duties in your home for many years to come.

Navy Blue Wide Chair

Instructions

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If your chair has spanned with the spikes and crutches, use a chemical stripper to remove paint. It’s a wise choice because it will remove most of the color before you sand. Follow the instructions on the packaging of your stripe. In most cases, you will need to apply this stripper, wait for the color to bubble and then scrape it away. To get into the corners of your navy blue chair, use a razor blade. Check the chair carefully for any stains of paint still left and remove these stains with sandpaper. Use a 220 grit foam pad.

This tool is a rectangular block of foam that is covered on all sides of sandpaper. It makes it easier for you to keep sandpaper and to manipulate the paper in the grooves of the chair. If you do not want to use this tool, you can use standard 220 grit sandpaper. Apply your color in a consistent direction; walk with the tree’s veins. Start on the top of the chair and work down to make sure you catch a few drops as they work down the body of the chair. Allow the first layer to dry completely, giving it at least 12 hours to do so.

Apply a second layer. Cover all parts of the chair; smooth out the color of some places missed the first coat. Allow this other coat to dry for 24 hours before proceeding. Cover a protective layer of polyurethane. Polyurethane is a clear protective coating that prevents paint chipping. Apply this coat to the same way you apply your color, with a clean brush and run with the wood’s grazing as you add this dot. You only need to paint this to your chair. Allow the polyurethane to dry for at least 24 hours before using the chair.

Tips and warnings

Place extra chairs that are not used daily against a wall in the dining room to add another color click to the room. Allow guests or family members to place their navy blue chair in whatever order they choose for the ultimate palette alternating color. Consider using a patterned fabric on the chairs used at each end of a rectangular table. The pattern may be the same as used elsewhere in the room or inserted on the chairs only. Choose a pattern with a palette containing one, two or all of the solid colors available on chairs.