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Repair Scratched Wood

Fixing the Furniture Finish How to make nicks, dings, and scratches in furniture disappear. from This Old House

Mix together 1/4 cup of canola/olive oil and 3/4 cup vinegar to repair damaged wood. Dip a rag in it and simply swipe. The after shot of this is amazing!

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For medium to heavy scratch markks lightly sand the scratches and the area around them, apply gel stain to match. For a few light marks I have read you can rub with walnut (editable part) and oils will mask mark. Nutty solution will probably wear fade as oils are absorbed deeper into the scratched raw wood.

7 Easy Ways To Repair Damaged Wood Furniture

A Quick Trick to repair damaged/badly scratched wood...3/4 cup of oil and 1/4 cup vinegar and had some to spare. You don’t need to wipe it off; the wood just soaks it in. Note: You can use cider vinegar and olive oil...really whatever you have on hand. Mix together and dip a rag in it and simply wipe.

DIY scratch repair via Domestic Bliss Squared

Here are a few ways you can repair damaged wood furniture, without having to fully refinish it or redo the entire surface of the piece. Gel-Stain  - If you have nicks or scratches that are exposing the raw wood, you can brush on a gel-stain. You should be able to …

10 DIY Home Repair Projects for the Holidays - Quickie, clever strategies for tackling those pesky problems that have been irking you all year long (before your mother zeroes in on them). Ex: Furniture Scratches - Open a fresh walnut and rub the meat directly onto the spot; the oil masks marks on various types of wood.

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With felt-tip touch-up markers and paste wax you can repair large furniture scratches and worn edges. We show you how. | Photo: William Wright | thisoldhouse.com

Repair beautiful old wood trim in lower level of house instead of refinishing it. Will need to refinish the window sill where the cats scratched it.

This Old House, How to Repair Wood Furniture Scratches, Nicks and More

Repair Damaged Wood - SO SIMPLE and IT WORKS! I just tried this on several pieces of my furniture (both dark and light woods) and it worked. The darker pieces didn't cover as well, but the oil definitely put a nice shine to it and made the scratches less noticeable. Will see what happens within the next week.....

pBefore I paint a furniture piece, I will usually need to use a little bit of wood filler to fill in cracks, scratches, dents or holes.  Understanding how to use wood filler is important if you want to repair those imperfections in a piece that you are refinishing.  Here are /p

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Fast Furniture Fixes (from Family Handyman)

How to repair scratches in wood furniture: For one or two deeper scratches, furniture-patching wax sticks are usually effective. These retouching sticks

You can hide a damaged finish on antique furniture or any fine woodwork by applying a coat of pigmented wax, such as Briwax, or a pigmented polishing fluid, also known as scratch cover, which will make fine scratches all but disappear.

Use 3/4 cup of oil and 1/4 cup vinegar to repair scratched up furniture

Naturally Repair Wood With Vinegar and Canola Oil. So, for a super cheap fix–use 3/4 cup of oil, add 1/4 cup vinegar. white or apple cider vinegar, mix it in a jar, then rub it into the wood.

Fast Furniture Fixes Repair nicks, scratches, dings and dents in your wood furniture.

transform scratched and worn wood- wipe the oil on with a cloth, let it sit for a few minutes, and then wipe the excess off

If you refer to a previous article on fast fixes for wood, I talk about repairing furniture that has been chewed by dogs - or scratched by c...

Metal doors don't hide dents and scratches as easily as wood doors, but you can make your old garage service or entry door look new again with this simple three-step repair.