Completing unfinished bathroom vanities is considered easily to make your bathroom better and more fascinating in which you also can use it as spot for personal care. Finishing a bathroom vanity that has not been done before is about half as much work as refinishing a previously stained and varnished piece, because you do not have to shed the old goal. However, it still needs a little work and patience. Choose a stain shade that complements the tones in the room while highlighting the grain of the wood. Sanding step not skip even if the wood is new and clean, because the pores of the wood should be freshly opened to absorb the stain properly.
1. Remove all vanity hardware including hinges, with the screwdriver. Remove drawers, shelves and other parts that are removable.
2. Sand all surfaces wood vanity (including separate doors and drawer fronts) with vibrant hand sander and sandpaper 240 grit. Sand with the grain of the wood, removing enough to completely clean and smooth the surface.
3. Vacuum the dust in the room. Check the parts with tack cloth to fill the residual dust. Place newspapers across the floor and walls around the vanity, recording down with masking tape. If there is a counter attached to the top of the vanity, cover with newspaper and tape off.