Every now and again, the front door needs a little TLC, but if it’s been a bit longer, then it might need a bit more elbow grease and effort.
The door in this case was a brown varnished door where the varnish was peeling and weathering, the end goal was to have a coloured door.
The first job was to prepared the surface of the door, this was started by removing the door furniture and filling and holes or major imperfections with a good quality filler. The door could then be sanded thoroughly to create a smooth surface and provide a key for the paint.
‘Crown: Non Drip Gloss Tibetan Gold’
The Top coat of the chosen Colour, in this case
Two coats are applied again leaving sufficient time between coats and sanding lightly for a good key.
When the door has dried fully, new door furniture and old fittings are replaced.