How to Refinish Oak Dining Chairs
Oak dining chairs – You can restore the beauty of the old cast finish dining chairs Robles finished with suitable coating. Before you dive into the application process, you must use strategies specific preparation, or you may end up with the spill. Robles finished chairs are covered with a protective layer of varnish or polyurethane wood sealer. These coatings protect dining chairs moisture and abrasion. If a new finish directly over this layer of protective shine, not the end applies. You must remove this layer before application, or end up with a messy end that will not last.
Placing plastic sheets powder in a ventilated area. Place fabric dust sheets on the plastic cap ones. Place the oak dining chairs over the leaves of dust. Abrade the dining room chairs until they appear dull. No sand against the grain of wood or wood splinters. Clean the oak dining chair with cloth to dust, sawdust effectively removing stains absorption is inhibited.
Cover portions of the dining chairs that do not want stained with painter’s tape. Apply two thin coats of oil-based ink to the oak dining chairs with brush oil 2 to 4 inches specifically made to apply oil-based coatings. Wait two hours between coats. Rinse the brush with turpentine. Wait six hours for the stained oak dining chair cure. Apply a coat of polyurethane sealer or varnish wood dining chair stained oak, using a clean brush. Wait six hours before using the chair.