Instead of spending money for stripping the wood and buying new furniture, refinish old furniture to maintain it’s appearance.
Introducing the Wood Furniture Doctor
Our team of experienced refinishers is passionate about restoring wood furniture to its former glory. We use only the finest restoration supplies and techniques to bring your old furniture back to life. Whether you need a simple refinish or a full restoration, we’re here to help. Just give us a call, and we’ll walk you through the process.
Whether your furniture is damaged from years of wear or simply needs a refresh, our team can help. We use only the finest restoration supplies and techniques to bring your old furniture back to life. Call us today for a free consultation – we can’t wait to hear from you!
How to Remove Musty Odor from a Furniture Console
If you’re noticing a musty odor coming from your wood furniture, there’s a good chance that the odor is caused by bacteria. To get rid of the musty odor, you’ll need to remove the bacteria and then apply a sealant to the wood. Here are four steps to remove the musty odor from your furniture:
1. Remove any debris or dust that may be obstructing the air flow.
2. Open all of the windows in your home and turn on all of the fans until the room is full of fresh air.
3. Apply a degreaser to all surfaces that contain the musty odor, including the furniture surface, screw heads, and baseboards. Always wear protective gear while using a degreaser, such as rubber gloves and a face shield.
4. Use a fan to wash away the degreaser and any residue it created on the furniture surface. Use warm water and mild soap to cleanse the furniture. Be sure to wring out the cloths thoroughly before discarding them in a trashcan outside. Once all of the surfaces have been cleaned, apply a sealant to protect them from moisture and bacteria growth.
Cleaning and Polishing Gloss Colored Wood Furniture
If you want to refinish your wood furniture, but are scared of stripping the paint, don’t be – there are many ways to clean and polish wood without stripping the paint.
The first step is to prepare the surface you’re going to work on by sanding it down to the appropriate level of roughness and removing any previous coating or sealing agent. You also want to remove any moisture that may be trapped underneath the paint. After sanding, use a polyurethane or power polish to clean and protect the wood. Follow the instructions provided with your polisher in order to achieve the desired results.
Above all else, remember that it’s important not to over-clean or damage your furniture – just use a mild polish and be patient while the finish wears in. And if you run into any issues along the way, don’t hesitate to reach out for help – a good polisher partner can make all the difference!
Clearing Adhesive Residue on Wood Furniture
If you’re like most people, you probably use a lot of adhesive on your furniture. But did you know that once adhesive residues set in, they can be really hard to get rid of? In fact, they can actually strip the wood’s finish away! Here are some tips on how to clear adhesive residue without stripping your furniture:
1. Utilize a degreaser. Some degreasers contain abrasives that can help knock down the adhesive residues. Just be sure to test the degreaser on a small area first to make sure it won’t damage the furniture.
2. Use a household cleaner with ammonia. This mixture will break down the adhesive and loosen any debris that has settled on the surface. Just be sure to rinse the furniture thoroughly after treatment to avoid creating any new residue problems.
3. Use a waxing agent. Some waxes are specifically designed to remove adhesive residues and other types of dirt and polish from wood surfaces. Just be sure to apply a thin layer and let it sit for a few minutes before wiping off with a cloth or paper towel.
4. Use boiling water. Boiling water can also help dissolve ad