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Blog series by Chris Davis updated 11-23-2010 02:07 PM 3 parts 3431 reads 14 comments total

Part 1: Buy “Solid” wood

11-09-2010 03:30 PM by Chris Davis | 10 comments »

Some associate veneers as being low quality and if you truly want quality go all solid. Really the opposite could be true. Veneers got a bad rap around the 60’s when cheap furniture was introduced into the market. There was delaminating, which is the lifting of the veneer, because of a bad process and gules. What is veneer? Veneer is a thinly sliced piece of wood glued onto a substrate or a another, usually manufactured, wood like MDF or plywood. With today’s technology these slices ca...

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Part 2: Furniture Polish

11-17-2010 03:16 PM by Chris Davis | 2 comments »

When cleaning furniture, a little water is usually all you need. Most of the time you don’t need store bought furniture polishes or waxes. Most furniture these days just need to be dusted and if really dirty cleaned with a moist rag. Wax will build up and can leave the finish streaky and sticky. Some products may even have a solvent in them to cut oil and grease that can soften the finish of the piece. What I normally do is wet a rag and wring it out as much as possible. This le...

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Part 3: Measure, Measure, Measure

11-23-2010 02:07 PM by Chris Davis | 2 comments »

When buying furniture an important factors is will it fix. Because if it doesn’t fit it is useless to you and you either have to take it back or use it in an unintended location. When buying furniture, always bring room size and measurements with you to the store. Most stores will help you with laying out the design and furniture sizes. That’s what is great about what I do. Since I custom build the piece. We can start with a stock size and micro-adjust it to fit. Second to will it fi...

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