Rejuvenating Old Finishes

Try cleaning first, with water, soap and water or mineral spirits.

Editors note: Bob Flexner’s blog will move to the Flexner on Finishing Blog at the end of April. You can find it here. Just because a finish is old and deteriorated, you don’t necessarily have to strip it and apply a new finish. You may be able to rejuvenate the finish so it looks new or at least is presentable. It’s often worth a try before starting to remove the […]

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