This buffet was like most that I come across, needing a lot of love but worth every minute spent. The veneer on top was completely taken off and sanded down and restained in GF antique walnut gel stain. The four feet were broken off so new were made and added back on. The legs were then stripped and restained as well with GF gel stain in antique walnut and given a coat of Miss Mustard Seed Hemp Oil. The chipping veneer throughout the body was repaired and the body then sanded before recieveing 2 coats of Zinsser oil based primer to prevent bleed through. After 2 coats of GF Milk Paint in Antique white, it wa sealed with 3 coats of GF High Performance Topcoat. After drying a few days a light glaze was added into the deatils to make them pop. I love the end result!