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Heather Patterson and Vanessa Hunt
Heather Patterson and Vanessa Hunt

14 Comments

  • Cindy Lou Unsel-Childs
    I use Floods CWF 4 Clear on my log home, and patio/porch wood furniture. Works great, lasts 7 years.
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  • Heather from At The Picket Fence
    Gardenmomma, given the elements where you live, may I suggest using an outdoor approved paint for your dresser. There are many on the market then you could use and then seal with a marine grade varnish over your piece for extra durability. You can absolutely have wood furniture pieces outdoors, it would just be a matter of finding the right paint and finish for your specific area. Most home improvement stores can help you narrow down the right choices! ~Heather
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  • Monica Earle
    It says to use exterior paint or clear polycrylic finishing spray. You also could use an outdoor/deck stain. They come in many different colors but perhaps not what is shown in the picture. You could use other waterproof items to decorate it with.
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  • Tim Passinault
    Also to keep the legs from rotting off..i would suggest not keeping them on bare ground
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  • Jordynn Pamela
    You spelled YOU'RE wrong.....
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