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Restoring Grandma's oak dresser

Posted By: Londa Beachy <lbeachy@hotmail.com> (207-255-222-145-dhcp.cbe.md.atlanticbb.net)
Date: 10/16/5 23:25

I've inherited an antique chest of drawers that appears to be tiger oak, though I'm not sure if it's real tiger oak or a faux finish. The sides and front are in decent condition. However, the finish on top is spotty and almost completely worn off in some places. I refuse to refinish the whole thing because it has a matching bed that is in good condition. What's the best way to restore just the top?

I've never fiddled with antique furniture before, so any help is greatly appreciated.

Londa Beachy

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