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June 4, 1998 at 7:41 pm #12139DONNAGuest
I am refinishing an old dresser. It is stripped and sanded, however there is a very dark spot about 4inchesx4 inches on the top. The stain seems to be down in the wood. Is there anything I can use to take it out or lighten it up?
June 4, 1998 at 10:07 pm #78746ken steelGuest
I don’t know a lot about furniture refinishing,
but, if memory serves, a white blemish means that
the stain is in the finish, and a dark or black
one means that it is in the wood, in which case
you should use a wood bleach to remove it. I’m
sure that if you check your library you will find
books on the subject. Luck, Ken
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October 20, 2002 at 5:30 pm #122186AlGuest
I have a teak dining room set that I would like
to darken. I have been told that teak wood does not
accept conventional oil based stain and urethane.
Is there any way to darken the finish on this set.
It is going to be used indoors.
December 16, 2002 at 8:17 am #130454Gary KatzenmaierGuest
Help! I have stripped a walnut desk using a paste stripper, steel wool and denatured alcohol and household bleach. I have 3 clean up problems I need advice on. There are black spots all over the wood I need to get rid of. There are stains on the top were wear and tear went throught the old finish. There is fountain ink staining the wood in a drawer. Advice on how to solve these issues is appreciated. Thanks.
May 3, 2004 at 8:52 pm #233159kittyGuest
I was wondering what and how should I redo her dining room table. I sanded the whole table and noticed it didn’t look like real wood. It was like a paint on the top that was posing as wood.
It didn’t have the wood lines or anything. Please tell me what I can do to make it look like wood again.
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