I've got a good oak butcherblock dining table I want to refinish. Is there
anything special to avoid, or do, with butcherblock versus regular wood
stripping / refinishing?
It only has the original finish on it, which I need to strip.
I'm thinking that lighlty sanding it to "open up" the existing coating would
be good before applying stripping chemical. Right?
What stripper works best in terms of getting the most old coating off
without affecting the glued wood?