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How to paint a Baby Crib safely with Colorantic

by | May 20, 2020 | Bedroom Sets, Side Furniture, Whites and Light Colours | 0 comments

How to paint a Baby Crib safely with Colorantic

 

You have a baby crib that at first glance might need a little love?

Bénédicte from La Belle Commode has created for you a wonderful article about transforming your baby crib which may have been passed down in your family from generation to generation!

So, in a few easy steps, you will have superb furniture for your newborn’s bedroom made from our Colorantic products, an Eco-friendly paint that is safe to use for your little ones.

 

BERCEAU-3

 

BERCEAU-2

 

Steps:

  1. First, clean the furniture with the TSP type cleaner. Sand lightly to improve the adhesion of the paint to the furniture.
  2. Then prime the furniture with Colorantic primer. In addition, alternate between the oval brush and the foam roller for application and allow to dry.
  3.  Now is the time to apply the first coat of cotton ball paint. With Colorantic paint, it dries in 30 minutes.
  4. To cover the wood, three layers will be necessary.
  5. Finally, for optimal protection, apply the matte varnish. Two coats of varnish will be required.

 

 



 

List of Products used: 

 

Cleaner & varnish remover (TSP)

All grip Primer

Two grain sanding block

Paint Colour: Cotton Ball

Clear Matte Top Coat

Oval Paintbrush, 35mm

Foam Rollers

 

 

CONCLUSION

Done!  You have safely painted furniture for your baby.  Don’t hesitate to try other colours, Colorantic’s colour palette is full of rich and vivid pigments!

 

 

Bénédicte Girard

Blogger & Artist

La Belle Commode by Bénédicte Girard

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Benedicte Girard

Bénédicte Girard owns a business called La belle commode. It is a Quebec furniture revaluation company. Proudly located in Rawdon in Lanaudière.

The one who adores vintage and period furniture restore its charm to furniture that is sometimes neglected for too long. It makes new with old, but think again, it makes old with new too! Bénédicte Girard knows how to give a charm of yesteryear, even to IKEA furniture! Formerly a nursing assistant, she left her stable job to pursue a dream of having her own business, and she has no regrets! She often thanks to her dear father who showed her how the tools work and who taught her and helped her during all these years. The love of furniture must run in the family! She often shows you her completed projects on her Facebook business page. And not just anyhow, Bénédicte loves to showcase her work before immortalizing it on the networks! She also shows her renovation ideas, her workshop, her blended family that she adores and her dog who likes to test the quality of the furniture but don't be mistaken, it's not just the furniture that occupies her! Colorantic collaborator since 2019, she knows chalk based paint very well! Be sure to read our blogs for inspiration!

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