Decorating & Furniture/Painting my desk
I have a beautiful antique desk that I have been painting.
Please let me clarify that it had a beautiful smooth waxed
surface when I started. THIS IS NO LONGER THE CASE!
I wanted to paint it a HIGH GLOSS GLASS LIKE WHITE. I have
made such a mess and have probably painted 10 thin coats. I
have created lumps, and runs and somehow gotten a wierd
texture. I think from using the wrong kind of roller.
I tried sanding with steel wool to smooth, and using a in
between coats sanding block. NO SUCCESS!
PLEASE HELP ME GET BACK ON TRACK, WHAT CAN I DO? I think I
have gone way to far to strip off, can it be sanded smooth, if so
with what, or is there a really thick paint that can hide my flaws?
Thanking you in advance for your expert advise.
Well this needs to be stripped with paint stripper now as the mess has been compounded and then sand for inperfections after then wipe with damp cloth and then apply a paint of desire no special paint is needed jsut color and latex paint and then wait til dry to apply a desired another coat if necessary.