Thursday, May 28, 2009
Most furniture delivered since around 2007 case goods (wood products )have a lacquer finish there are many sheen's from dead flat to high gloss but most around 70 to 75 percent as of 2009 comes with a finish sheen of dead flat (no shine) flat (minimal) and satin.Using furniture polish on these finishes intended for higher gloss finish applications will cause swirl marks and uneven high low shine making the finish look inconsistent.These items should only be cleaned using a damp cloth an a mild detergent if necessary or a product containing no wax such as Endust.Removing wax based polishes to return to the original sheen can be achieved by applying mineral spirits to the item and only mineral spirits.This will break down the wax and will not harm the finish or the veneer removing the swirl marks. After the mineral spirit application clean with a damp cloth and a mild detergent to remove the spirits residue and wipe dry do not buff these lower sheen finishes.Re- clean when necessary .
Posted by furniture repair and info at 6:37 PM
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
When you receive a piece of furniture armoire or a wall unit and the doors are not working properly and uneven. When you place it in its fixed spot push up at the top of the unit on the side where the door is lower, the doors will level out place a shim the approximate distance that the doors were off under the unit on that side or if it has a screw in leveler adjust it down
Posted by furniture repair and info at 7:24 PM
Welcome,we are a Furniture Repair company working directly with furniture vendors,manufacturers and large retail chain stores supplying in home repairs on newly delivered items to the consumer,although the delivery people and the manufacturers packaging do their best to make sure that their products arrive at your home undamaged sometimes this is not the case. we repair case goods (wood products) leather,uhpolstery and inspect mattresses.Our blog postings will consist of repair tips for your furniture and othor informative information about furniture and the industry we hope this will be useful tool to help you with your purchases or your in home repairs.
Posted by furniture repair and info at 7:55 AM