Decorating & Furniture/furniture fnishing


hi, good profession selection!
my question is,
im redoing my entire house and buying a lot of wood/
plywood furniture.  now you and i know that all the colors
they have are like 3 - wood, white, and black if you're
lucky.  and of course, that's not gonna work for me.  i need
to paint all these furniture items so that it matches the
interior design of course.  now what is the easiest, fastest
way, to strip (the finish of) all the furniture that i will buy,
and repaint it with whatever color i want?
what do i need to buy?

If you purchase solid wood, you'll need a stripper solvent (from your home improvement center) lots of rags, gloves, sanding material and a lot of "elbow grease".  Once everything is stripped and sanded, prime it first, then paint.  

You're in for a lot of work, but it sounds as though you're ready!


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