Circa 1850 Furniture Refinisher works well for refurbishing worn, scratched or cracked finishes on old furniture, and on modern lacquer-finished furniture. Circa 1850 Furniture Refinisher will dissolve the old finish and creates a new finish, eliminating time consuming finish stripping. Use on varnishes, shellacs, and lacquers.
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Avoid working in direct sunlight or wind. Circa 1850 Antique Danish Oil can be applied onto bare, stained, or finished wood. Use Circa 1850 Furniture Cleaner to remove dirt and polish. Wipe on a liberal amount of Antique Danish Oil using a lint-free cloth. Buff evenly with long strokes in the direction of the grain until the oil finish is uniform. After 24 hours, buff lightly with Circa 1850 Finishing Pads or steel wool (0000) prior to applying additional coats if desired. To restore tired, old or scratched finishes apply Antique Oil as above.
how do you apply furniture refinisher.?
Test first on inconspicuous area. Avoid working in direct sunlight or wind. Wear Gloves and protective eyewear. Protect work area with polyethylene or foil sheet. Pour some refinisher into a foil or metal container. Soak a small piece of 0000 steel wool in the refinisher and squeeze out excess. Working in a circular motion, rub a small area to dissolve the finish. Continue by overlapping each area until the entire surface is completed. Wait at least one hour to dry, and buff surface with clean dry Circa 1850 Finishing Pad. Apply a coat of Circa 1850 Lemon Oil, Antique Danish Oil or Antique Paste Varnish for added protection. Thank you.NathanJD Store(401)253-2986 ex130< a href="http://firstname.lastname@example.org" target="_blank">email@example.com< /a>
Excellent product. Does what it says it will
I love antiques but 150 year old finishes hide beautiful artist's work. I don't like my antiques to look like new so do not take them beyond smoothing the finish with the furniture restorer. If you like a high gloss finish I have seen furniture that has been finished with polyurethane and beautiful results. Work in a well ventilated area and start at the bottom of your piece to avoid streaks and enjoy.
British Columbia Canada
The directions that are written here on line with this product don't seem to match up as they make reference to other circa 1850 products.I would like to see specific product instructions, with recommendations of how to use other circa 1850 products in conjunction with this product.