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Power Dekor

Power Dekor is primarily engaged in developing, manufacturing, and distributing a variety of wooden products, including laminate floor, solid wood floor, engineered hardwood floor, MDF/HDF, furniture, wooden doors, and other relevant products. This video was made by internetvideos.net.nz

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    How to Restore Old Wood Furniture : Prepare Wood Furniture for Sanding & Refinishing

    Learn tips and techniques for how to refinish old wood furniture, including how to prepare the furniture for stain removal, in this free how-to video. Expert: Jennifer Ware Bio: Jennifer Ware sews hand made quilted holiday stockings, quilts, pillowcases, and other special order items by request. Filmmaker: Jennifer Ware

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      How to Restore Old Wood Furniture : Choosing Sandpaper Grits for Refinishing Wood Furniture

      Learn tips and techniques for how to refinish old wood furniture, including choosing sandpaper grits for furniture stain removal, in this free how-to video. Expert: Jennifer Ware Bio: Jennifer Ware sews hand made quilted holiday stockings, quilts, pillowcases, and other special order items by request. Filmmaker: Jennifer Ware

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        What color stain should I use to refinish my hardwood floors? My furniture is dark mahogany.?

        Does the furniture color even matter?


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          What is the average costs for refinishing hardwood floors?

          Unfortunately, I do not have the square footage of the room, but its an average size med bedroom. I’m realizing that if finances permit, it may be best to refinish the wood floor prior to moving in furniture.


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          Point Loma Cabinet & Upholstery Wood Refinishing

          The benefits of furniture wood refinishing

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          Why do my recently refinished wood floors have pits all over them?

          I have hardwood floors in the 1st floor of my home here in New England USA. I contracted a wood floor refinisher to strip and apply 4 coats of oil-based polyurethane which he did but the floors are full of small pits which make the floors look terrible.
          The contractor has applied 2 additional coats of Poly to try to fix the problem. The first time we had lots of fans going to try to get it to dry faster but that didn’t fix it. The floor still has lots of little pits. The second time (this morning) he sanded, cleaned and applied another coat (#6) and we had the house all the windows closed so there are no drafts and the AC going and a dehumidifer to keep the humidity lower so it will dry faster which he claims will reduce the pits.

          No luck. The floors look terrible and now the Poly is getting pretty thick.

          Do I need to fire this guy?
          Or is he using poor quality Poly?
          Or should he start over in the fall when the humidity is lower?
          They original flooring refinisher claims that the problem is that he tried to put the coats on too quickly and didn’t give them enough time to dry between coats. This certainly seems to be the case as the top surface is now hard but if we place any heavy furniture on it, it dents into the finish.
          His suggestion is to wait a month, then and down the finish and apply a coat of Bona Kemi premium water based poly. The key he _thinks_ is that the solvents that are stuck in all the layers of oil-based poly have to dry out before we try to put down another coat.
          Naturally I don’t have a lot of faith in this guy. He is very experienced and other people have used him with excellent results. He says he just made a mistake with my floor and is willing to work it out.
          But we’re getting another opinion from another flooring guy…


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          Refinishing Wood Furniture : Sanding Furniture Lacquer

          Wood furniture is sanded after the first coat of lacquer is applied. Find out how to sand the lacquer finish in this free video. Expert: Curt Martin Bio: Curtis W. Martin is a third-generation antiques restorer. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

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          How to refinish hardwood floors?

          I am remodeling my relatives house and will be refinishing the floors. The floors are 2" oak tongue and groove and have that orange look to them. She wants them a darker color.
          My question is what grit do I start and finish with when sanding down to the bare wood?
          And is there a pattern for sanding it such as diagonally or with the grain or across?
          Is an oil stain the best to use and is it typically rolled, brushed, or sprayed on?

          Any other advice you can give me would be great. Please don’t say to hire someone, thats not an option and I’m not a typical beginner.
          Thankyou all.
          Is there a better alternative to polyurethane. When I think of that it seems better suited towards furniture.


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          Refinish / Strip Furniture: How to refinish old furniture (Heirloom)

          A short tutorial of how to use Heirloom Furniture Stripper to renew and strip the coating off your old furniture. Refinishing wood surfaces is as simple as COAT, REMOVE & CLEAN. Heirloom Furniture Stripper – General refinishing projects Heirloom Heavy Body Paint & Varnish Remover – Gel for intricate carvings and grooves Heirloom Pure – For indoor & outdoor projects with minimal ventilation. Less toxic and biodegradable alternative

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