Refinish Antique Chairs
July 31, 2014
I have a pair of Os de Mouton chairs that I'm having reupholstered, but first the wood needs some attention. I'm trying to decide what's best for keeping the value of these antique chairs. Tongue oil, wax, new stain and seal? I have read different thoughts on this and am now unsure of what to do. The wood is in very good condition for its age. It's really a matter of what's best for keeping the value of the antique. Thanks so much!
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Patricia Colwell
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