Oxmoor House, Incorporated, 1977 - House & Home - 80 pages
This book shows you how to update wooden furniture using a traditional finish, or to create a fresh look using innovative new water stains, nontoxic lacquers, new-for-the-90s paints and compounds.
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When your furniture needs a face lift
How to prepare the wood surface
Choosing the final wood finish
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4/0 steel wool abrasive paper aerosol aerosol spray antique Apply clear finish base coat begin bleach blemishes bristles brush catalytic sealers choose clean Color and Pattern cracks damaged decorative decoupage denatured alcohol dried durable easy to apply edges enamel final finish finishing coat finishing material furni furniture finish gesso gilding glaze gloss glue glued grit hard hardware store lacquer linseed oil liquid look mold nish old finish open wood pores oxalic acid paint thinner paste wax patching patina penetrating resin piece of furniture plastic polyurethane popular putty knife reamalgamation refinishing repair rottenstone Rubbing & Waxing sanders sanding block sandpaper scratches sealer shellac smooth solvent spots spray gun steel wool stroke sure synthetic technique thin tion ture unfinished furniture usually varnish veneers water stains wax gilt wipe wood fibers wood grain wood stain wood surface