a tall case clock just came in and i have a question? Certain areas are crazing, is there something out there that would move the finish so i dont have to strip the case?
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My son is installing reclaimed hardwood floor in a cabin that he built in Virginia. Question is that the supplier recommends a product called Waterlox for the finish. Has anybody ever used this or can someone recommend another product to use?
A customer brought in Grandfathers clock in. Question is that it came out of a school that when the where redoing the room 20 years ago they never covered the clock. There is paint splatter all over the clock. Without stripping the clock, what can i try to remove the paint? I tried soap and water wi...
- Thu Feb 22, 2018 10:28 am
- Forum: Q&A Forum
- Topic: Replace RING MEKANIKK manual mechanism with Gas
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I just received a oak table top in for a small damage to the top for repair. I tested the finish with acetone on my finger and it dosen't move. I can do the repair not the problem, but after I scuff up the finish will nitro- cellouse lacquer bond to the top? The table is from the 80's. Any suggestio...
What steps are needed to apply grain filler to mahogany. After sanding, do I stain then grain fill, or fill then stain. What is a good grain filler product? The customer wants a high gloss finish.
I just received a Butcher Block in the shop. It is about 2'x 2' x 13 1/2 thick. I have it all stripped down. The customer would like to use it. My question is what would be safe finish to put on it and what type of schedule would you recommend for doing this.
The other night my husband brought in a room temperature platter with 2 burgers off the grill and set it on my kitchen table that was recently refinished. He did not use a hot pad and when I saw it 5 mins later it had already left 2 "whitish" circles on my table. Before I take him to divor...