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Quarter Sawn White Oak - repair/refinish/new leaves #3

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Blog entry by rsain posted 1108 days ago 5618 reads 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Ok – it’s all done.

After I matched the two new leaves to the original table color – I stripped the old table. Used a card scraper, followed by 80 grit and then card scraped again. Then I did the same process on the original table that I did on the leaves. The result is here and i’m quite pleased:

First end of the table with leaves installed:

From the other end:

From the side:

Time to call the customer! Thanks everyone for your encouragement and help.

- ryan



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KDaddy

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#1 posted 1004 days ago

Hi Ryan,

I had a reproduction of that table from the 70’s that I just got rid of. Mine was made out of press board and was not worth saving.

Thanks for sharing, and maybe we will run into each other sometime as I also live in Spokane.

Paul

-- So much wood, so little time

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Dark_Lightning

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#2 posted 1004 days ago

That’s some ass-kickin’ grain! Dee-licious!

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