My mother gave me her old kitchen table but I wanted to re-paint it. First I had to clean it and Simple Green with Lemon did a good job with that especially with getting stubborn grease that had splattered on there from years prior. We had to take the table legs off to get it in the house.
So before I put them back on I spray painted them black with Valspar Project Perfect Spray Paint in a Satin Black. Covered over the white pretty well but I still did two good coats to be sure especially to get spots I missed.
I didn't want to get more paint I didn't need to, so I had some white to re-do the top. I put some real primer and used a top-coat of this Valspar Reserve Semi-Gloss I had originally saved for future trim/door painting.
But it didn't quite look right (especially compared to what was in my mind), so I decided to swallow my pride and paint it black by getting some. To perfectly match the spray-paint, I got the quart sized version even though the spray is oil-based and the quart is latex/water-based.