Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 01:06:47 AM
Can end up being quite costly - if the client is not careful and involved in the design process throughout, there are chances that the price of the finished product may go up quite significantly from what was originally planned as the furniture maker may end up using materials which are on the higher end of the price spectrum.
Apply quality wax or furniture polish on all surfaces of the furniture and rub it into the wood. Use any one option out of the two because using both at a time can cause smudges on the wood.
White stains can be rings, vague circles or cloud-like large spots or stains. They can be raised or flat and appear as if a film or layer has been painted onto the surface of the wood. Such stains should not be confused with watermarks, which are transparent and slightly raised. White spots or stains are caused by keeping hot vessels or objects on the furniture's surface. Wait a minute, isn't that what furniture is for? Keeping things on? Yes but treated and polished wood and various types of furniture finishes, are delicate and very sensitive to heat.
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