Restore your furniture to the original beauty. See the wood grain at last and not the old black varnish that uncle George put on in 1949. Refinishing done the old-fashioned way:
- With steel wool and elbow grease.
- No dipping in stripper vats.
- No harsh methods.
This ensures that the patina will stay intact and reflect the antique value of your piece.
I strip the furniture before staining and finishing it. Staining is done with oil stains. There are a choice of topcoats:
- Tung oil
- Teak oil
- Polyurethane or marine varnish
- French polish
- But never lacquer.
Each piece will take 5 coats of oil or 3 coats of varnish. Veneer panels can be replaced and small repairs can be done. Prices vary per piece depending on the work that needs to be done. Customers pay for the complete cost of the materials.