|Statement||Prentice-Hall/Reston editorial staff.|
|Contributions||Reston Publishing Company.|
|LC Classifications||TT199 .P73 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||125 p. :|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||76376474|
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A terrific book, nicely written and illustrated by vastly experienced people who obviously know the subject inside out. Should possibly have been titled 'The Complete Guide to Repairing and Restoring Antique Furniture' s: Some old furniture was painted with lead-based paint, which is a health hazard. You can buy a kit at your local hardware store to test your furniture for lead-based paint. When restoring furniture painted with lead-based paint, take precautions such as restoring the furniture in a workshop away from your : K. 5. Use really good, high-quality furniture paint. My favorites are Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and Fusion Mineral Paint!I started out on Annie Sloan and I still love it today. The price may seem high but I've been known to paint decent sized pieces with one quart of that stuff (plus remember, you get what you pay for, quality over quantity is a great motto in the flipping furniture world). This year-old book is a real gem. The author is of the "less is often more" school, and immediately gives voice to "overrestoration has ruined many a fine piece of furniture." Scars and blemishes on old furniture, Kinney suggests, give evidence of long usage and many years, and old things often become more interesting as they age.4/5(1).
8 Tricks for Repairing and Restoring Wood Damage Wood is a beautiful decor element, but it often needs a little TLC to truly reach its full potential. Here are eight of the easiest ways to repair and restore common wood issues. Synopsis This comprehensive book answers every question on the subject of restoring furniture. How to fix a wobbly chair or a scratched table top; how to identify and repair finishes and veneers; how to stain wood or remove white ring marks; how to French polish or apply a wax finish. The book Reviews: Synopsis Three kinds of woodwork are dealt with in this book - reviving, repairing and restoring furniture. "Reviving" is usually confined to furniture from the ls onwards which can loosely be described as "non-period". "Repairing" involves making good Reviews: 6. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: The role of the restorer --Inherent causes of failure --The six steps --Chair repair --Carcase work --Drawer work --Veneer, marquetry and inlay --Miscellaneous --Making metal fittings --Composite furniture --Examples of jobs.