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tmueller@newscorp.com

07:47AM | 04/22/03
Member Since: 04/20/03
1 lifetime posts
HELP!!!!!!!!!!
great website - need help deseparately - i have a dining room table and two end tables and a cabinet - that are very old but very sturdy and i really love them - but they look old and i need to figure out how to refurbish them - i dont want to paint them any color - i would like to paint them in somekind of clear varnish or something to bring them back to life - i am new to this type thing - so please excuse my ignorance - any guidance would be great - thanks in advance for any help - please feel free to contact me a my email address - thanks -
best, tmueller@newscorp.com

Altereagle

11:16PM | 04/24/03
Member Since: 12/27/02
543 lifetime posts
That would be the worst thing if they are antiques as I recall... contact your local antique dealer they use a special wax to do this... I don't remember what it's called off hand?

BV001959

04:13PM | 08/30/13
I am trying to refinish an antique solid oak table. As I was sanding the top, and got through to the natural wood, sticky spots started appearing. The more I sanded, the worse it got, it appears to be tree sap. Is this possible? If so is there anything I can do to fix it without ruining the wood. I would like to stain this piece.


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