Clean the item you will be painting and sand with sandpaper if you like
Stir the paint
Apply thin coats of paint; its better to apply two coats of paint, rather than one very thick coat
Wait 15 hours between each coat of paint
Clean the brushes after use
The paint reaches full hardness after 3-4 weeks. Do not place anything on the furniture until then
Revitalise old furniture! An old chair, a flea market find, Grandpa's chest or whatever you have at home now can all be like new again simply by applying a new layer of paint. A good foundation is absolutely essential for good results; wash with paint surface cleaner and sand down the old surface. Use primer if needed. Apply "Furniture Paint" for indoor carpentry to the areas you wish to have a semi-glossy surface and slightly stronger hues. "Vintage Furniture Paint" is for wood, MDF, plaster etc. where you want a matt surface and slightly softer hues. Be sure to let dry for the recommended time. See more tips in our free Upcycling instructions.