Suggest you go here and type in heat spots or white spots and you will see how
others have dealt with the problem. Cheers, JG
On Wed, 23 Mar 2005 20:59:06 -0500, the inscrutable "Cindy"
Got pictures of it? Post 'em. Is it a finish problem or a scorched
wood top? How deep? What color?
If it's just a blistered clearcoat lacquer, you might be able to use a
cabinet scraper to remove the damaged area, feather the finish with
sandpaper, and recoat the top.
If it has any stain, you're SOL. Strip and refinish the whole top.
Put some color in your cheeks: Garden Naked!
You may also try:
I just saw this. Don't know what's in it or whether it even works but
Liberon is generally well regarded as near as I can
I wish Liberon would reply to emails when I try to order. Never had
problems in the past, but these days are different. Yes I know I can call
but why have an email link on their website if they are not going to
respond. To me that goes to employee training.
How awesome!!! I just happened to have one of those shops near ( read 45
miles away) in Knoxville. My father is a woodworker and I have been dying
to go into this shop.. Now I have a great reason...
Thanks so much!
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