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REPAIRING furniture

REPAIRING furniture

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Published by Time-Life Books in Amsterdam .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby the editors of Time-Life Books.
SeriesHome Repair and Improvement
The Physical Object
Pagination127p. :
Number of Pages127
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20000709M


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Get tips that you can use when repairing the various pieces of. Wood furniture is appreciated for its natural beauty and shine, but disfiguring marks and scratches can ruin the look of you prized wood furniture pieces.

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Performing a book restoration ranges from the removal of a regular stain or repair of a torn leaf to a complete rehab of its binding material and cover. The easy techniques for restoring old furniture on the following pages will work on any clear finish—lacquer, varnish, polyurethane, or shellac.

You'll find the few materials you'll need, such as denatured alcohol, wax sticks, and touch-up markers, in the paint and finishes aisle at most home-improvement stores.

Look for scratch-cover polish Author: Michael Dresdner. Repairing Furniture by Time Life Books (Edt) Provides detailed instructions for regluing and refitting chair joints, repairing or patching damaged furniture surfaces, refinishing tables and chairs, replacing woven seats, and reupholstering couches and chairs.

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May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain. For deep dents that can't be raised with water, heat, or wood sweller, use a fine straight pin or needle to drive a series of holes in the dent.

Pound the straight pin in about 1/4 inch, and carefully pull it out with pliers; the holes should be as small as possible. Then treat the dent you would for a shallow dent.

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Packed with detailed information, Furniture Repair & Refinishing takes a hands-on approach to furniture repair and restoration. Written by an authority in the field, the book teaches-through step-by-step instructions and full-color photo how sequences-everything the beginning furniture restorer needs to know to achieve professional results, whether planning a simple repair or a full restoration.5/5(2).

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