furniture. Tuesday , September 26th , 2017 - 21:06:13 PM
To undertake furniture restoration by restoring fibers, you are required to first remove the finish over the affected area or better still, prick the area, using a pin to create space for moisture to penetrate and reach the fibers. Next place a wet piece of cloth over the area with a metal cup over it to help prevent any damage to the un-dented areas. Using an iron, subject the area to heat by placing the iron on the metal cap where it will warm the cloth hence release steam evenly on the fibers eventually causing the wood to swell back to its normal shape. Finally polish and wax the area after filling it up with varnish.
After each coat of marine spar varnish, I sanded the furniture with 200 grit sandpaper, to get rid of the fuzz, and give the furniture a smoother finish. I ended up with three coats of varnish. Let the last coat dry completely, I'd say let it dry and cure for at least 24 hours. That way, you know the finish is safe to touch and handle.
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