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and I know the first job one must do is to sand and scuff the existing paintwork in order to help the new paint/primer adhere to the surface Actually the first job should often be to clean the piece if the goal is to provide the best base for uniform adhesion of the subsequent paint coats. While sanding or other abrasion can remove dirt and surface ...


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There is no efficiency to be had here. If you want decent results, you will have to hand-sand using a selection of sanding blocks and sponges. But it depends on what you want. If you want a rougher "rustic" patina, you can use smaller power sanders with various fixtures and try to get most of the finish, leaving marks and going down to bare wood in ...


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