I have 2 deep cigarette burns on my oak coffee table. Does anyone know how I would repair this by myself? Any help is greatly appreciated.
Your best bet would be to use a burn-in stick. You can get these at local woodworking supply stores of at www.woodcraft.com. You will have to purchase a burn-in iron, burn-in balm and some spray lacquer to seal the burn-in. This can be tricky if you haven't any wood repair experience. May be better off looking in the yellow pages under furniture repair. Cost is about $40.00 per repair.
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