Don't worry. This post has no dirty content like how my tittle sounded (what was I thinking? lol), although this work was quite a bit dirty in the process.
Let me first start with a story.
Hubby and I bought our first new dining table before me moved here in Tucson. Good dining tables could be very expensive, especially the retractable ones. I wanted a round table, but we ended up getting an oval oak retractable table with 10 seating! Hubby just couldn't let that get away for such INSANELY CHEAP CLEARANCE price. It had a minor damage, but my super amazing dadzy (my father-in-law) fixed it up nicely for us.
So I stripped the paint off with paint remover, sand it until the natural wood showed. I had a little accident with the decorative accent of the chair's back. I put paint remover which revealed it was actually a plastic! What a mess! Some parts melted, so I decided to just spray paint it with brown.
Then, after furnished the wood part of the chairs with Minwax Natural Stain to match the color of our oak table then finished it with scratch resistant Rust-Oleum Quart Clear Polyurethane.
Hubby and I decided to use this fabric that I got from Hancock Fabrics. How can I resist? It was in clearance and it's pretty!
I am finally finished with my very first big furniture revamp project that cost me back pains and sore arm. I enjoyed it though. It's what I call "Good Stress".
and now.. onto my next project. Make a shelf for hubby's tiny speaker bar shelf!