Restore A Finish Attempt Part 2

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Back to the dining table:
If you need to check back to its previous post click here Restore A Finish Part 1
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The old library table now has a new life.  It looks better than ever.  
Follow along:

  Apply Restore A Finish with a clean soft rag.  Let dry for 30 minutes.  Wipe off any excess.  Then apply the wax as directed.
Couldn’t have been easier or more inexpensive.

I am happy with the results, especially because there was no stripping or sanding involved.

The old girl will no longer have to be covered by a table cloth.  

Easy, easy, easy.

Give it a try if you have something needing a little pick me up.


  1. says

    I love the color of that wood! That’s a beautiful table. Nice work!

  2. says

    So much fashion and very little attention to my home. I need to find a balance and you’ve just reminded me of that. Thank you Dawn. You seem like such a wonderful and balanced woman.

  3. Lee Ann says

    LOVE IT… out of 200 refinishing i have seen on here only 2 plus yours left as original wood.. BRAVO!!

    too much painted wood antiques out there for me, i love character!

  4. Anonymous says

    Does this come in lighter colors….would it work on kitchen cabinets?

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