The composition process is one that should be paid attention to accomplish great results. It is advisable to start with an undercoat. Starting the work of art with groundwork is a smart thought and one that will affect the general results of painting. Using a multipurpose preliminary undercoat on all surfaces gives the paint a better surface to stick on, for wood a wood groundwork is available. The second layer of groundwork should be used if one is hoping to paint a light color on the furniture while an undercoat of the paint should be used in the event that the paint to paint the surface with is dim.
The top paint would now be able to be applied, and now one has two choices, oil-based paints, and water-based gloss paints. Both have different purposes and can be applied to different situations. Much of the time two layers of the paint are sufficient to give furniture that luster from the paint, but in some cases, the third layer of paint is required. In oil-based paints the time required for it to dry might be durable from 48 hours right to months, making the furniture unusable for protracted periods.