Furniture Restoration—repair your furniture

What is furniture restoration?

 Furniture restoration is mainly aimed at repairing and handling some damage to the furniture structure or topcoat. These repairs include damage to various parts of furniture classified as solid wood furniture restoration, outdoor hardware furniture restoration panel furniture restoration soft furniture restoration, antique furniture restoration, bamboo woven furniture restoration, metal furniture restoration, and steel wood furniture restoration.

 Some tips for furniture restoration

 Vine or bamboo products can accumulate and discolor after prolonged use. They can be washed with salt water to remove dirt and make them soft and resilient. Wiping with a damp towel can keep it clean.

 Soaking tea on a coffee table with a fireproof board can leave unsightly stains over time. At this point, you can sprinkle some water on the table, wipe it with tin foil from the cigarette box, and then scrub it with water to remove the tea stains.

 Directly placing hot cups and plates on the furniture paint surface will leave a circle of hot marks. Generally, it is only necessary to wipe with a cloth soaked in kerosene, alcohol, toilet water, or strong tea. Gently wipe or apply a layer of Vaseline oil on the burn marks with iodine; Wipe the burn marks with a cloth every two days to eliminate them.

 Burning materials such as fireworks, ash, or unextinguished matches can sometimes leave burnt marks on the paint surface of furniture. If the paint surface is only burnt, you can wrap a thin hard cloth around the toothpick and gently wipe the marks. Then apply a layer of wax to remove the burnt marks.

 After wiping off the trademark on the furniture, it will leave a residue of adhesive, which is sticky and dirty. You can use a thick rubber to remove it, and the effect is good. You can also use a rubber to remove the chewing gum on the floor.

 During the use of solid wood furniture, it is inevitable to encounter the problem of paint peeling and solid wood furniture that has lost its luster and aesthetics. We need to use paint to repair it. So, the problem arises, how can solid wood furniture be repaired with paint?


Solid wood furniture restoration services

Solid wood furniture is inevitably bumped and bumped in daily life, leaving behind these marks that affect the aesthetics of the furniture and pose hidden dangers for its long-term use. At the same time, it also makes people uncomfortable to look at. How can we extend the lifespan and aesthetics of solid wood furniture?


furniture restoration --Repair paint surface

 Solid wood furniture, especially dining and coffee tables, is prone to burns and damage. Suppose the paint surface of the furniture is burned and damaged. In that case, you can wrap a layer of fine-grained, hard cloth on the toothpick, gently wipe the marks, and then apply a thin layer of wax to remove the burnt marks; If the paint surface of the furniture is scratched, you can use crayons or pigments with the same color as the furniture to smear on the wound surface of the furniture, cover the exposed background color, and then apply a thin layer of transparent nail polish; If wax oil drips onto the paint surface of furniture, do not use a sharp blade or nail to scrape it. Please wait until the light is good during the day, use a plastic sheet, hold your hands tightly, tilt forward, slowly scrape the wax oil from the front and back of the body, and then wipe it clean with a fine cloth.


furniture restoration --Surface furniture bulging

 After the decorative veneer produces bubbles, you can use a sharp blade to cut along the wood grain direction in the middle of the bubble and then use a syringe to inject glue into the seam. Gently press your fingers on the upper part of the bubble, wipe up the spilled glue with a damp cloth, and then press a heavy object with a smooth bottom surface larger than the bubble area onto it.


Eliminate watermarks

 Water droplets on furniture can leave water stains if not immediately wiped dry. For this, a damp cloth can be used to cover the marks, and then carefully press the damp cloth several times with an electric iron. The moisture in the marks will evaporate when heat exposure and the watermarks can be eliminated.

 Repair dents

Some furniture may leave dents after the collision due to the softness of the wood. At this point, you can place a wet towel on the concave part, then heat and press with an iron to restore the original state. If the dent is deep, fill material should be added.

 Remove old paint

If you want to remove the paint from the furniture, you can apply the ineffective developer to the paint surface to remove the old paint. After washing and drying, use fine sandpaper to polish it smoothly and then repaint.

 Repair cracks

If cracks appear on solid wood furniture due to thermal expansion, the following remedial measures can be taken; Burn old cotton cloth or broken hemp bags into ashes, then mix them with raw tung oil to form a paste, embed them in the cracks of the wooden ware, and dry them in the shade to make it smooth and firm. Alternatively, tear the newspaper into pieces. Add some alum and water, boil it into a thick paste, cool it, and apply it to the cracks in the wooden ware, which is also very firm after drying.

 Furniture rust removal

Chrome-plated furniture rusts, never use sandpaper to polish it. Small plated parts can be soaked in a basin containing engine oil for 8 to 10 hours and wiped with a cloth. If large plated furniture rusts, you can use a brush or cotton yarn dipped in engine oil to apply it to the rusted area, wait for a moment, and then wipe it with a cloth to remove the rust.

furniture restoration-- the methods of furniture paint repair

 furniture restoration --Furniture paint repair pen

Solid wood furniture can be said to be found in every household. Nowadays, a wide variety of solid wood furniture is used in households, ranging from dining tables, dining chairs, sofas, and coffee tables to wooden beds and wardrobes. Solid wood furniture is everywhere.

If your furniture experiences paint peeling or discoloration, you may want to purchase a furniture repainting pen to try it out. The small pen was purchased from a Japanese daily necessities store and is available online.

 During the purchase process, it is important to note that the color of the furniture repair pen should be consistent with the furniture color as much as possible. Therefore, when purchasing, it is important to carefully check the color of the pen. Usually, this type of pen has a clear color label for reference. Without further ado, let's use this furniture repair paint artifact.

 Apply a layer of paint. It looks much more presentable. As long as you add a few more layers, it should leave even fewer traces.

 In practical use, although the light color coloring is not deep, the surface will indeed be colored. This method feels very effective for small-scale repainting. However, suppose your furniture experiences large areas of paint peeling. In that case, you may still need to use high-coefficient sandpaper or polishing cloth to process it to preserve the delicate and textured feel of the wood surface.

 In addition, furniture surfaces that already have protective paint (glossy paint) are unsuitable for this method, as this is not the true paint after all. Overall, the effect of this attempt was quite good.

furniture restoration --Furniture paint repair paste

 The principle of furniture repainting paste is not much different from that of furniture repainting pens, and it is also suitable for small areas of furniture paint peeling and discoloration. This product is currently very common in online shopping malls and daily necessities stores, and the specific usage methods are as follows:

 Choose a product that suits the color of your furniture. Common colors for furniture paint patches include pure white, black walnut, light walnut, light teak, ivory, and more, which can meet different usage needs.

 Usually, furniture repainting paste has a slender nozzle, which is evenly applied to the discolored and peeled areas by squeezing.

 The tail structure of furniture repainting paste is generally the same as that of toothpaste. We can use the hard plastic at the tail as a scraper to further evenly apply and flatten the squeezed furniture repainting paste.

 Wipe off any excess with toilet paper and wait for the paint patch on the surface to dry.

  Furniture paint repair products usually do not require secondary coloring, and there may be differences in the usage of different products. It is recommended to read the product's operating instructions before using them.

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