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Maple Veneer

Posted By: Noel <labadida@yahoo.com> (deptvachi-cp.va.gov)
Date: 5/9/4 12:53

HI, I just purchased a Chest of Drawers, Mirror, Bachelors Chest and Headboard that has a maple veneer. The veneer is in different sections and each section meets and matches the grain with the other. I began an attempt to clean the top of the chest of drawers with a water and Murphy's Oil combo and removed quite a bit of dirt but it appears that the top coating was partially removed when I did this as evidenced by dull spots. Is there a way that I can clean this furniture safely and keep the original surface intact? How would I go about repairing the area that I cleaned already? I have use Restor-A-Finish before but that seems to wear off quickly. Any advice would be appreciated! Thank you, Noel Smith Morrow, Ohio

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