Janette Harvey Table November 28th, 2018 - 02:53:13
It's a copy table all wood and coffee table. It's that's seen his better days. It needs to be refinished, it needs to be sanded down and stained, and I think tonal finish. You should really bring up a cluster of this table. Again, it's been in our family for many many years. It's going to be my labor of love to bring it back to its beauty, so Walter, my famous assistant and I are going to be finished. This table and world will tape it and take some pictures and show you our progress as we as we take it from what it is right now and do something next step that I took was to number each one of the weights: 1, 2, 3, 4, and Then I numbered them on the bottom of the table, because what I'm going to do is I'm going to remove the lace and then work on those separately from the top.
So the way I put that back, I put them back to give you the exact same spot that took them off. Oh, that's, really important. Yeah, remove the four legs. Each leg had four or five students in them with flat head screws, and each leg also has a link button, which is a lock button. When the lake is put in the out position or when the tables set up. This little pin locks in place in each one of these four holes around the side of the table when you're ready to retract the leg.
You press the button in press it back down now that people have four rounded edges on the side and it's a solid piece of wood, but in order to keep the integrity of this really pretty rounded border, I've decided to use sanding block a sponge that will Mold to the corners so that I don't change the actual dynamics of the rounded edge, so it shouldn't take too much because again it was very dry and it should stand up pretty easily. I have protected my feet with the Handy target bag so that I don't get any sawdust into my surgically repaired area.
But all I'm going to do at this point is to lightly begin the planning process and, as you can see, it doesn't take very much before the previous finish and stain start can remove. Okay, I fished sending all four sites with the swim standing block and then I took another sanding block with 180 grit paper and I've sanded deep into the crevices clean those up. Now I'm going to use a finishing Center with 220 grit paper for the top on the top is a cycle of a minute.
It's only about sixteenth of an inch double death. So that's very careful about how much I take off. You can see all the imperfections, water stains and so forth. The reason I decided to use this to sand this instead of using of a stripper is that there are so many imperfections that need to be smoothed out, and I think this 220-bit paper will clean this up nicely. So that's my next step. Okay, just finish sanding the top with the attrition sander and, as you can see it came out.