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We then do Scraping without damaging the furniture, Paint spatters are common on old furniture, and most of the time you can remove them easily without damaging the finish. Most old furniture will have some missing parts which happened due to breakage this is restored by replacing the missing wood with epoxy putty. To use this type of epoxy, you slice off a piece with a razor blade or utility knife and knead it in your gloved hand. When the two parts are completely blended to a consistent color and the epoxy putty starts to get sticky, it’s ready to use. You’ll have about five or 10 minutes to apply the epoxy to the repair before it starts to harden. That’s why you should only slice off as much as you can use quickly. After the epoxy hardens completely, which usually takes a few hours, you can sand and stain the repair.
Blend the repair into the surrounding veneer by painting on gel stain to match the color and pattern of the existing grain. You could use stain touch-up markers, Choose two colors of stain that match the light and dark areas of the wood. Put a dab of both on a scrap of wood and create a range of colors by blending a bit of the two. After all this has been done the small cracks are filled with colored wax fill sticks which can easily be purchased at Furniture Restoration Guys. When this is done your furniture is restored to the original glory,
For more information on furniture restoration reach us on 888-331-9155