For some reason this posted from my phone. I don’t have that whole transfer just the pictures to my Word Press account figured out yet. So forgive me for posting again. Plus, it posted to the wrong blog so I will be posting this DIY to “theworminmyapple.com” as well.
Anyway, this door is never going to get done. We’ve sanded and painted once already. But when we got to the scraping off the paint, it came off and revealed the white paint underneath. So-o-o-o-o-o-we had to do it all over again. The sanding, everything. So now, because it’s cold in the garage, it’s set up on saw horses in the back hallway. I applied the primer yesterday (we hadn’t done that before and felt that was the problem), which is the picture you are looking at. I’ve applied one coat of Sherwin-Williams black paint. I’m determined to have some black interior doors. They’re all over Pinterest.
So yesterday after I applied one coat of the black paint, I held my breath as I scraped away the black paint. Yea!!!! It worked. Of course, you probably realized before I did that I should have had the primer tinted black. DUH!!!!!!! But how often do I need black primer?
So today I will apple coat number two. I hate to think that I’m going to have to paint a third coat, but I think I might have to and the fact that it’s a French Door with all those panes, ugh.. Guess what I’m going to do on the other side? I’m going to try to paint the door without the primer. After all, we have it sanded down to the “raw” wood state so I’m thinking it should work. So what if the first coat sinks in? I’m going to have to apply two coats anyway.
Then last night my husband and I were talking and I asked, “Why didn’t we just spray paint it?” He responded that he’d thought of that, too but was concerned that we’d have a hard time covering the glass. But even if we had only covered the main areas, it would’ve worked because I’m not taping it off anyway as it’s too hard to get the paint right down to the glass. So I’m scraping anyway. Wished it were warmer in the garage because that’s exactly what I’d do!
I blame Pinterest.