I know. It sounds wrong. But it's really FURNITURE stripping day!
Today, I am tackling:
1. This slant top desk I picked up this weekend for my Baby Bee.
I wish I could just slap some chalk paint on this cutie and be done with it, but the black paint is bubbled and just pretty nasty, so I'm going to strip it. Who knows? I might just leave it with a wood finish instead of painting it.
2. Our kitchen table.
Long story short - or as best as this verbose bee can make it. I bought this pine table unfinished but wanted a wax finish for it. Now wax finishes were not as popular then (about 13-14 years ago) and I was a bit chicken so I had an unfinished furniture store wax it for me. It looked gorgeous on the pine sample they had. When I went to pick it up, it was so grayish. I hated it! (Now, of course, I would love it.) I asked what can we do to make it look more "honey" and they said they could stain and poly over the wax finish.
Well, yes, I do believe you can do that. However, that process sucks! It started chipping immediately and showing the wax finish underneath. I've finally had enough and I'm going to try stripping it back to the wax finish. I have no idea if this is going to work. It could end up being a huge disaster.
I'll keep you posted. And....please.....wish me luck!