|Forum topic by Doug Scott||posted 594 days ago||522 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
594 days ago
I’m not always having a problem with stripping finish, but this Antique dinning table did, and I thought that I would share how I solved this problem.
First, After stripping and cleaning all the table top off, I had to go to a different brand of stripper, only because it got so that the previous got that the stores quite handling it. I think because they were not selling enough and it was costing them money for a product they didn’t move very fast, and for me it went up a lot in price
Now I’ll explain what the problem was: After cleaning off the stripper, the OAK kept bleeding something
I’m a self employed furniture builder and Repairman, and do refinishing. Over the 27 years I have been into doing this , it is the first time I have had this trouble. I hope this helps some of you in the future.
-- Furniture By Douglas, Comstock Park, MI