The paint I used for both furniture pieces is the Lark + Kensington Semi-Gloss in white. Never let paint go to waste.
Before you start painting please sand down your item either by hand or with an electric sander. The above furniture item/picture, I sand it down by hand with a high (120) level sandpaper.
Please choose the correct number of sand paper. The higher the number of grits, the finer it is. The lower the number of grits level, the coarser it is. For an example, you need coarse sandpaper for smoothing surfaces and removing imperfections. For fine/less coarse sandpaper, you may use that to smooth the item to just clean it up a little.
The furniture item/picture below, I did not sand it down. Therefore, I had to use 3-4 coats to get the smooth look and to fill in any paint seperations.
Counters and Sinks:
In a spray bottle
Your favorite Organic Essential oil. Suggestion: any citrus oil, Frankincense oil, and Lavender
Tub, shower, toilet, and sink Cleaning:
Mix in a bowl with a sponge (paste like), start polishing/cleaning and rinse with H2o (water)
Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap. My favorite is Lemon, Lavender, unscented,
Essential Oil (if your using unscented Dr. Bronner’s)
Can be mixed in a spray bottle, but personally I feel it’s better to poor the baking soda along the lines where its dirty and then pour vinegar and allow to fizz or bubble up. Scrub with a tooth brush or a hard/stiff scrubbing brush.
Baking Soda and White Vinegar
Baking Soda and Hydrogen Peroxide
Water ½ of cup
White Vinegar ½ of cup
Essential Oil: optional
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