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I have a black lacquered piano. It has surface scratches all over due to being moved so many times and not protected adequately . Is there something I can use to minimize them. I’d love to know ! Thanks so much!Lee
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Hi Lee, this tutorial will show you how to get rid of some of those scratches - https://www.sonax.com/Care-Tips/Caretips/New-shine-for-piano-lacquer-scratch-removal-made-easy
Try using auto paste polish. There are also many new auto scratch polishes on the market.
You could try Restor-a-finish - from the hardware store or here: https://amzn.to/33VEIsg You'll want to get the darkest one. I've used it a few time and it's amazing to fix scratches.
If you have a store nearby that sells pianos I think I would go there and ask. The finish on a piano must be much harder than that on most furniture finishes.
Hello there Lee,
It might be worth contacting your insurer to see if you are covered for the damage! Ask a Piano dealer what you should do. Maybe a furniture Scratch Repair kit might help available online and in stores. Maybe, Rub down and Paint it Yourself! Good luck!
I was given a set of furniture markers and crayons. There's 6 different colors and will also cover different types of wood like oak, chestnut, etc. I found a set of markers only on Home Depot's web site. They were under $6.