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Sep 15

Can you paint over a glass coated wood item? -

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petitedeath:

I have this old hutch I got from my grandma its wood with some sort of a semi gloss or protective stain/coating…

I wanted to know if I could paint over it with a solid dark colour if I used a primer. It has engraving and stuff so it would just be a huge bitch to strip and sand, not to mention its…

It’s probably just coated with glossy polyurethane, in which case you should be fine. You’ll definitely want to sand it as much as you can though.

i think youre right. i think ill sand it as best as possible and put a sticky base coat on first. thanks! 

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Can you paint over a glass coated wood item?

I have this old hutch I got from my grandma its wood with some sort of a semi gloss or protective stain/coating…

I wanted to know if I could paint over it with a solid dark colour if I used a primer. It has engraving and stuff so it would just be a huge bitch to strip and sand, not to mention its fairly large.

I wanted to know if this were possible. Im hoping to do a high gloss black over top. Any tips or suggestions? Im looking on google right now but most of what i see is about staining and I am looking at painting.

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