top of my table have a sruch how can a start to turned new
If it's wood, it depends on how deep the scratches are. Some scratches can be hidden with a stain stick. Another method is to make a paste with mineral oil and pumice, apple it to the scratch and gently rub with very fine steel wool. If the scratches are deep, you may have to sand and refinish the top of your table.
This link offers several suggestions on how to do this depending on how deep the scratches are::
Hello Maguy, you can put a coat of chalk paint on it and give it a new look, or you can put a layer of contact paper on it. Pick a contact paper that you really like!
Fix minor scratches with a stain pen. If the scratch is not deep and the wood has not been covered with polyurethane, use a finish or stain pen to cover the scratch.
Here is a video to help you out
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I have two sets of the stain pens and neither does a job worth the postage it took to buy. If it isn't a deep scratch you can try vaseline, a walnut (the oil seeps into wood by rubbing on scratch) brown shoe polish for dark wood, a dark brown crayon for dark wood then rub to blend.
Hi! Scratches can be challenging. I usually try a little matching stain to fill it in if it's shallow. If it's too deep for that, there are wood fillers that are stainable. My trick for that type of filler is to mix a tiny bit of stain witj a tiny bit of the wood filler and then fill the scratch in. Don't overfill the scratch with the mixture or you'll have to sand it level. Us a small applicator like a toothpick or old tweezers to fill. Work it smooth before it dries. A matching crayon is a quick, temporary fix, also. For best outcome, I refinish the surface. Good luck and stay safe!
Hi there, if its solid wood you could always sand out the scratch and restain it. Otherwise you may have to consider painting it after sanding it out instead.
Don't forget Old English. It's been a stable in my cleaning bucket for years and years!
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How to remove light scratches from tables: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2aoRo0Rl0c
What is the top of your table out of - solid wood, veneer, laminate, glass, ?
Try rubbing a walnut kernel across the scratch or use Scratch Cover in the right shade or try a coloured crayon the right colour. Hope it works for you!
Here's a video that might help - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nnUXlRyedtU
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Sand and then paint or stain