I've been wanting to try my hand at furniture refinishing for a number of years, and I bought a Scandinavian teak coffee table at a fleamarket the other day. While it needs some serious TLC, it's already beautiful! It's also worth something, so I don't want to screw it up even if I have no intention of selling it. My plan for the parts of the table that aren't actually damaged is just 220 sandpaper and then a few coats of teak oil. Am I on the right track? However, there are also spots that are actually damaged. If I had to guess, I would say one spot is heat damage, one spot is tape damage, and one spot might be mold or ground-in dirt (see pictures). There is also a spot where there is a small hole in the veneer that needs to be patched (finger for scale). How should I approach this damage? Like I say, I'm not going for resale value, but I do want to restore this beautiful old table to (as close as possible to) its former glory. Thanks in advance for any suggestions!