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October 30, 2010
A great piece of furniture to decorate your home with is in the form of antique tables. Finding a true antique does take a little bit of investigative work in order to weed out the true antiques from the replications. If you know what to look for you can confidently walk into any type of...
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A solid wood table top provides tables with a strong, beautiful look for both antique and modern furniture. There are instances when the solid wood table top is damaged through a chip being taken out of it. This may have happened through moving, through storage, or just with regular use. You may also have purchased...
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We offer the following on-site services to your resident. Kitchen Cabinet Restoration & Refinishing Scratches, Gouges, Nicks, Dents, Burns Reglue joint, Reupholster, structural Repair Fire & Water Damage, flood Hardwood Floor Refinishing and install We provide On-Site complete commercial services, specializing in: Lobbies or greeting areas Leather Repair and Finish Water Rings, Cigarette Burns, Stains,...
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Tightening loose chairs is one furniture repair most homeowners avoid. Everyone assumes you need dozens of clamps, a special glue and knowledge akin to black magic to repair a chair – not so. Your total expenditure for repairing every loose chair in your home should be less than buying a new one,  even if you...
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Rattan furniture is made out of rattan, a species of palm native to Asia, Africa, and Australia. Rattan is considered one of the strongest types of wood, but when exposed to sunlight, it can bleach. It can also develop cracks and dents when used for a long period of time. To ensure that every piece...
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If you are interested in painting over painted furniture without having to spend time sanding, you have a few options. While many people recommend sanding your furniture anyway, it can be messy and consume a great deal of time. As an alternative, you can purchase a special paint that is designed to adhere to any...
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