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Need help finding right paint

Discussion in 'Your Projects' started by Helena55, 26 May 2020.

  1. Helena55

    Helena55

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    Hi everyone,
    This is going to be my very first Diy project and i will be very happy if people can help and guide me.Thanks
    So, i bought this dressing table some time ago and recently the drawers have got accidentally damaged by falling which is a shame because its a new table and i want to repair the wear and tear that happened but the problem is i cant exactly find what paint is used on them,for which i would like your help please.
    Its a white colour i think not cream and its neither glossy nor completely chalky but it has just about a hint of shine.
    I have attached some pictures the best i could and i understand that lighting plays a role so its not easy to guess from pictures but i will be very thankful if someone could guide me with the best match and tips to re-paint the drawers.
    I am also attaching pictures from the ebay original advert where i have bought it from.
    Thanks .
     

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  3. footprints

    footprints

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    Looks to be a satin finish to me, but unless you have spraying equipment you will never get the same quality of finish, a brush (unless you are a real top notch crafts-person) will never get that smooth.;)
     
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