My custom-made coffee table (Alder, I think) has taken quite a beating
over the years - mostly stains that i can't get out.
Wondering if group can give me a reading on refinishing co$t.
i realize that's like asking "how high is up", but I am not in shape
to drive around and research, due to auto accident -am typing w/ L
Area is Santa Monica CA -- fairly expensive. I would hire a vehicle
to take it to an honest refinisher in less pricey part of LA if the
difference was worth it.
Dimensions: 42" 66"
Other groups where I can inquire?
sorry if I wasn't clear. I wanted feedback from an internet group
that might give more objective advice, plus real-world experience.
That's why I specified my area. I tried "all groups" but didn't find
anything covering my problem. If you know of ome, would appreciate
I've had various small pieces about the size of a coffee table hot-tanked
and refinished, and even a desk size office table. (no flames, these weren't
antiques, just beat-to-death office or schoolhouse stuff.) Anyway, the cost
was quite reasonable, I thing even the largest items were under $100 or so.
I do, however, live in a small town in flyover country, so your costs are
likely to be higher. Most of the chemicals used would be regulated waste in
CA, so their overhead would be higher. Can you get the table in your car?
Many tables, the legs come off with careful wrench work. Best course of
action is look up the address, and take it there for an estimate.
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