I bought some old lawn furniture at a yard sale a couple of years ago and even though it looked horrible and was in desperate need of refinishing the pervious owner said that it was just cosmetic weather damage and the pieces were still in excellent shape. A friend of mine helped me sand them down and prime them but I wasn't sure if I wanted to do a basic white paint and sealer on them or do something that would match the back of the house. I asked him if this pain would work on wood furniture and he shrugged his shoulders. Not knowing what the results were going to be, we tested it out on one of the benches and when it dried it looked a lot better than I expected. The paint that we used is the same paint that was applied to the trim and the window casings on the outside of the house. I really liked the color and that it was flat not glossy. When we did the rest of the furniture with the left over paint we used a sealer on it to keep it from getting dirty and to make it easier to clean. The trim on the outside of the house was done six years ago and still looks amazing; none of it has faded in the summer from the sun so I am hoping that the same thing applies to the furniture. Since we used a sealer on it there is a little bit of gloss to it now but it still has a nice appearance. The Dusty Rose shade is light but not washed out or pale looking; the Casual Colors series has a lot of options and since it can be used indoors or outdoors you can use it for accenting trim, painting larger areas or small touch-ups. I got this from my local paint store and asked them if it was a color that they usually stocked; the clerk said that it was one of their more popular colors and something that they always have in stock. What I like most about this is that you get even coverage from it no matter where you are using it or how you are applying it. You can use a brush, roller or sprayer and you are going to get a smooth finish from it.