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Stripping your furniture entails removing the old finish. You can refurbish your old furniture by removing the paint, using a few tools and supplies. Or, you can bring the furniture in question to a professional with many years experience in repair and refurbishment. He or she can re-upholster your furniture, fix it, prepare the surface, and protect it with stain. There are many tools used in this craft, such as strippers and sanding cords. Plus it takes a practiced eye to perform these projects in a neat and effective manner. Check out these top definitions for the furniture stripping industry so you can learn how to repair your old dressers and tables.

  • Stripping pads – Coarse, open weave pads used to remove paint and varnish. More durable than steel wool, you can wash and reuse these pads each time.
  • Turpentine – A chemical used to remove oil-based paint. Acetone, found in fingernail polish remover, along with lamp oil or kerosene, all work as well, but are harsh and flammable.
  • Naphtha – Also known as lighter fluid, is used to remove many adhesives and generally does not harm finishes.
  • Lacquer – A glossy clear or colored finish that provides durability.
  • Polyurethane – A resin that coats paint and varnish, often used in woods such as in furniture making.
  • Putty Knife – A knife with a flexible, broad blade with a square edge used for applying putty to holes and nicks in furniture. It can also be used for scraping off debris to make way for new finishes.
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    Dip 'N Strip
    106 Frederick St, Hackensack, NJ 07601
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    (201) 487-1115
     
    User Review: "Excellent, knowledgeable service, I will bring them my shutters from my brownstone next"
    Griffin's Refinishing
    5033 Industrial Rd Ste 4, Farmingdale, NJ 07727
    Our refinishing experts specialize in upholstery, furniture and a variety of services, including stripping and refinishing. When you need your furniture to look brand new, let out upholstery experts help.
    (732) 938-2120
    Uniquely Kitchens Cabinet
    23 Blue Heron Lane, Bayville, NJ 08721
    We refinish kitchen cabinets, bathroom vanities and all types of furniture. From fresh ideas for color on your cabinets to countertops, backsplashes, flooring, lighting and more!!
    (732) 551-2245
    Uniquely Kitchens Cabinet
    23 Blue Heron Lane, Bayville, NJ 08721
    We refinish kitchen cabinets, bathroom vanities and all types of furniture. From fresh ideas for color on your cabinets to countertops, backsplashes, flooring, lighting and more!!
    (732) 551-2245
    Heirloom Refinishing Inc
    25 Pine St, Rockaway, NJ 07866
    (973) 625-1877
    Real Wood Products
    257 Remsen Ave, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
    (732) 545-7360
    Sakos John E Co
    413 Us Highway 22 E, Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889
    (908) 534-9430
    Eastern Solar Furniture Stripping
    723 Edwards Rd, Parsippany, NJ 07054
    (973) 227-7772
    Tom's Furniture Stripping & Refinishing
    144 Cross St, Lakewood, NJ 08701
    (732) 363-5513
    Chem Clean Restoration Center
    Farmingdale, NJ 07727
    (732) 938-2303
    Griffin's Refinishing
    Belmar, NJ 07719
    (732) 500-2066
    Chem-Clean Furniture Restoration
    505 Terrill Rd, Plainfield, NJ 07062
    (908) 322-4433
    First National Antiques Restoration
    708 W Bay Ave, Barnegat, NJ 08005
    (609) 698-1413
    Yankee Stripper Wood Stripping
    706 Old Shore Rd, Forked River, NJ 08731
    (609) 242-8007


    Furniture stripping can be a do it yourself project, or be completed by hired professionals. The restoration process can include sanding old paint, cleaning the wood, and finally staining and finishing the furniture for a new look. Antique wood tables, chairs, desks, and kitchen cabinets are popular pieces of furniture that will need its paint to be stripped. Wooden bed frames, outdoor furniture, and family heirlooms will need proper preparation to be stripped. This often includes setting the furniture in a room that will protect it from dust and decay. Gloves will also be needed since harsh chemicals will be used. Stores with furniture stripping tools will also sell protective gear. Homeowners that don't want to try the restoration process on their own can hire a contractor to strip the paint, varnish, or stain from the wood. To remove the paint, they can sand the wood with a power sander. Other hardware, such as a steel wool brush, can help get the wood in its best condition. New polish, paint, or stain will work with the wood and protect it. To learn more about how to remove old paint and finish a piece of furniture, customers can visit home improvement stores and look at the furniture stripping kits they sell. Prepackaged fix-it kits will give customers everything they need for their project. Stores may also have contractors they recommend to customers. Some home improvement stores may also offer classes to demonstrate how to strip different finishes from a piece of furniture without harming the actual surface of the wood.
     
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