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10:28AM | 04/21/05
Member Since: 04/20/05
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My wife and I replaced our dining room table and it's sitting in my garage. I am in the midst of sanding the top. It's a golden oak veneer top and I'm using a black and decker mouse to sand it. I'm using a fine grit because I'm worried about how thin the veneer is and I've read that I shouldn't be using a powered sander at all. The process is very slow and it doesn't feel like I'm getting anywhere and I just want to apply the new stain I bought to see what it looks like so that I can just get rid of it. Does anyone have any tips on refinishing veneer? Is it just a long process or can I speed it up somehow? I've sanded it enough that I don't think a finish rejuvenator would work now. Help and thanks

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