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    How to repair wood furniture scratches etc - will need to use this next week when I get my old wooden furniture back

  • Kimberlee

    How to Repair Wood Furniture Scratches, Nicks and More ************************************************ (repin - This Old House) #diy #furniture #finish #repair - ≈√

  • Jennifer Pfeiffer

    This Old House; how to repair wood furniture scratches, water rings, etc.

  • Gina Hermosillo

    This Old House; How to repair wood scratches, nicks and more.

  • Beth Keys

    Furniture Repair - How to Repair Wood Furniture Scratches, Nicks and More!

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