Refinishing old furniture
Ideal for classroom and home use, this book offers an illustrated introduction to refinishing old and antique furniture. Wagoner describes how to make structural repairs and guides readers through the process of restoring the original luster on faded and damaged furniture. Illustrated.
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Removing Old Finishes
Gluing and Clamping
Filling Dents and Holes
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30 percent lacquer 4/0 steel wool 400-grit sandpaper 70 degrees alcohol ammonia aniline applied bleach brush burn-in clamp Clorox cloth coat of finish coat of sealer cream polish darken denatured alcohol dents dries dry overnight dry sandpaper dull edges enamel evenly final coat finishing materials French polish furniture glaze color glue glued grain grit hard hardens hide glue holes lacquer finish lacquer sanding sealer Lightly sand linseed oil metal leaf milk paint mixed oil colors oil finish old finish oxalic acid paint remover paint thinner paste wax penetrating sealer percent lacquer thinner piece premixed pumice pumice stone putty putty knife refinishing repair rottenstone sand the wood Sand wood sanders sandpaper block satin or gloss scratches shellac silicone soak soft spray gun tack rag Thin with 30 top coats trisodium phosphate tung oil urethane urethane finishes varnish veneer walnut wash wet or dry wipe