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Re: antique nesting table

Posted By: James Schooley <jschooleyfamily@earthlink.net> (pmspen1-57.rconnect.com)
Date: 4/21/3 01:06

In Response To: antique nesting table (Jo-Lyn)

The steam from the pizza has entered the finish and caused a "blush", the Woodworkers Store sells a Blush Remover in a spray can. I have used 1/2 alcohol and 1/2 paint thinner and lightly wiped a thin coat of this mixture ONCE over a Blush to help the moisture evaporate out as the finish dries back into a solid, allow to dry five minutes and repeat as needed. If loose spots flake off during the repair, you will need to get some spray lacquer from the paint store and recoat the top. Clean the surface first with paint thinner, use a paper towel and 600 grit wet/dry sand paper, before recoating or applying the alcohol paint thinner mixture. Lastly buff with 0000 steel wool until the sheen matches the other tables.

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