Published at Monday, April 29th, 2019 - 23:25:45 PM. Office Desk. By Hélène Laramée.
Most offices today are made up of a series of cubicles, so the standard office desk is one that actually hangs to the structure of the cubicle itself. One good thing about these desks is that they are adjustable to be taller or shorter; they just have to go up or down a few pegs of the cubicle wall. They are not usually the most decorative desks, but this has a lot to do with the fact that most offices with cubicles are not very personalized areas anyway. The office desk usually matches the position and the importance of the role in the company, so cubical dwellers are often as replaceable as their desks.
Follow the instructions to be able to carry out the job of painting easily. Before you actually start painting, sand the desk and wipe it down to get rid of dirt and grease. Use warm soap and water to wash the desk for the best results. While painting the office desk, remember to remove all the hardware like the hinges, knobs and drawers. These should be painted later on and not at the same time as the desk. Both the desk and the hardware should be sanded adequately to make their surface smooth and fit for painting. Bumpy surfaces would not enable the smooth painting of the desk. Priming the desk would be your next step once you are done with the cleaning and sanding of the desk.
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