6 Steps to Rejuvenate Old Wooden Chair & Give a New Fresh Look!
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Wooden chairs or seating are one of the easiest and sometimes most expensive pieces of furniture. When you are searching for your wooden chairs to rejuvenate or refurbish, you need to look for something which is sturdy and well built!
Unless you love a certain type of chair, you never go for something that will cost more to refurbished furniture than buying a new chair or that will require more time and effort than you are willing to put into the piece.
Majorly all the wooden chairs are attractive, but due to its maximum use and time it gets old and because of that the users need another alternative. So, such chairs from your junkyard which have a wooden frame in usable condition can be rejuvenated/restored/refinished & refurbished furniture for a new look and workable!
Before starting any furniture repair, first spread the newspaper at the area where you are going work on and place the wooden chairs on it. The furniture repair can be started by focusing on the old pair of wooden frame should be inspect and reshaped which has been discoloured and damaged!
The very first thing for any furniture repair is to remove the old cracked upholstery which you are tired of watching the ugly and squashed look.
Scrape the furniture wooden frames with the sandpaper (150 grade) and remove the old polish from it.
Mix the silver and gold powder in equal quantities with clear polish and varnish as shown in figure.
Now gently apply the color polish with a rag (old piece of cloth) which we have made by adding gold and silver powder with clear polish and varnish.
After the polish get dries out now apply the coat of clear polish over it to prevent it from wearing off!