I have an oldish solid wood or what I thought was solid wood table. I’m trying to strip and restain it. However there was a lot of some kind of filler on it. I sanded that off and found a greenish looking wood underneath. So now what? How do I go about staining this so it all matches?
I recently stripped and stained my dining room table. However, no matter what method I use I cannot seem to get a smooth streak free finish with the top coat. I have tried the best brushes, foam brushes, foam rollers, rollers made for top coats and rollers for flat surfaces. I am lost. I either get bubbles or streaks. HELP!!!
I have some old wooden spools that were used for fiber optics cable and such that I want repurpose and use as tables on my porch. I want to use the colored epoxy on the minor cracks on top and the bolts. The rest will be sanded and sealed as is. But I need advice on the epoxy. Any ideas or help will be appreciated. ThanksTina in Florida