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How to revive a worn finish

A little dab will do it
Q-tip with dark stain on it
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A dab of stain provides an economical
way to cover up light damage. You can
also buy scratch cover-up pens at many
home centers.

A little dab will do it

To minimize small scratches that go down to bare wood, dab a matching stain on the damaged, shown in photo right, and allow it to dry for at least 24 hours. Then apply three coats of wipe-on film finish such as Watco Wipe-On Poly, sanding with 320 grit between coats.

Continued on page 6:  Sanding reveals finish layers


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