Swivel chair base gives an elegant touch to every home. Unfortunately, oak furniture can lose its finish from normal wear and tear and give your home a matte look. With some time and effort, you can Refinish your oak chairs and renew the look of your home
Remove the old finish on swivel chair base with the chemical stripper. Apply a thick layer of stripe with a clean brush and allow stripping to sit for the time recommended by the manufacturer. Scrape old quit oak chair with the filler. Scratch the wood’s veins until all old finishes are removed. Scrape any remaining pieces of old finish oak chair with medium-grade steel wool.
Wipe off swivel chair base with a damp cloth to clean the wood surface of unused chemicals. Allow the wood to dry. Sand the surface of oak chairs with 220 slip paper. Take time to see the whole play is smooth and free from the old finish. Apply the grain filler with a clean brush. I have open grains that must be filled to achieve a smooth surface. Remove all the excess of grain fill with spackelspade. Let the seed spackle to dry and lightly sand the forest with 220-slip paper until I’m the chair soft. Apply a thick layer of grinding sealer to the surface of oak chair with a clean brush. This will ensure new finish absorbs evenly into the wood. Wipe out excess seals with a clean cloth and let me chair to dry. Gently slide my chair with 220 slip paper.