Dining table restoration

Posted by Oliver L.


Bonbeach, Victoria, Australia

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Monday, 21st Aug 2017
Surface restoration (Polishing?) of 6 seater table from 1940's

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Hi Oliver, unfortunately I wouldn't be able to pick the table up so I will have to pass, you probably looking at an extra $100 for materials. Warm regards Paul
Hi Oliver, a polyurethane satin finish, stain to match existing timber colour you willneed 3 coats with sanding in between, I hope this has helped you to make a decision regards Paul
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Sounds good. Help me with a few more last things: where would you do it? I assume you pick the table up keep it for a few days and then return? How many days? How much is the stain and polyurethane? I was thinking that it should be included but want this to be fair pay for fair work... whilst not paying too much also...
Oliver L.poster
Hi paul, still interested? We are not in a hurry, but please help witht he questions... thanks....
Im happy to do it, need to know the finish required. Thats key.
Oliver L.poster
What is flag design again? Anyway, I. Am after wood look for sure, but need something that can withstand hot cups, kids etc... how is that achieved?
I can do any finish you need. I suggest a deep wood stain with a coating. Go online and find one you like and I will do it!
Hi Oliver, what type of finish are you after? Regards Paul
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Hi Paul, what sort finish do you recommend? Coulour is to be deteermined, but what makes it ready for a future with hot cups, kids etc...?
Oliver L.poster
I need advice regarding finish. Something that is durable and withstands hot cups, two little kids and is at least a bit resistant to scratches... what do you recommend?
Ive done all types of tables from the standard wood grain look to the flag design (pictured). I would advise the simple wood look.
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