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Furniture Cleaning Alexandria VA

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ServiceMaster of Alexandria, VA, Washington DC & Fort Washington, MD
(703) 212-7000
7551 Fordson Rd.
Alexandria, VA
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Martin Churchill Associates, Inc.
(703) 979-3410
640 19th St. S.
Arlington, VA
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Rolyn Companies, Inc. - MD HQ
(301) 468-1553
5706 Frederick Ave.
Rockville, MD
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South River Restoration
(240) 232-1350
1001 Prince Georges Blvd., Ste. 100
Upper Marlboro, MD
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Complete Restoration Solutions (DKI) - Beltsville
(877) 490-4277
10800 Hanna Street, Suite F
Beltsville, MD
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Stantex Consultants
(703) 845-8696
6301 Beachway Dr.
Falls Church, VA
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C & C Complete Services
(301) 877-6803
7335 Old Alexandria Ferry Rd.
Clinton, MD
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RestorTech
(703) 204-0401
13849 G Park Center Rd.
Herndon, VA
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Purofirst of Metropolitan Washington
(800) 500-2399
1078 Taft St.
Rockville, MD
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PBI Restoration Resources - Glenn Dale
(410) 453-9000
7100 Holladay Tyler Rd., Ste. 240
Glenn Dale, MD
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HandymanWire -Furniture Questions and Answers




Stain Removal

Removing stains from bare wood furniture


I have been stripping an old wardrobe that has several two-toned stains and uneven coloring under the old paint. I was told by handyman-type of fellow to use STRAIGHT BLEACH on these areas! Then, I'm to heat it (in the sun, strong lamp, etc.) until desired effect. This is not to be washed off. My question is... Is this for real?? I would hate to damage the wood with what I suspect to be a quick-fix that wouldn't benefit the wood in the long run. Please advise if this is recommended, also, are there more wood-friendly options that I could use? This is an elbow grease project that I would hate to takes any unnecessary risks at this point. Thanks for any ideas/information shared.

Never used plain straight bleach, but I believe it would work. Also, the sun will definitely help lighten it. I think they were steering you straight. A couple things .. Only use a white rag. The bleach will raise the grain, and you should sand after with 220 grit sandpaper.. After bleaching you will need to neutralize the wood. Use a 50/50 solution of white vinegar and water and rub the solution into the surface with fine steel wool. One thing always.. try it on the back of the dresser or side of a drawer first... to gauge the results.


Glues

Chair reglue

I bought the stuff at the local hardware store. It is called Chair-Loc. I tried it on a chair I have, and well after a few hours it was stuck tight. Now, it says it is not a glue. So I would have to imagine it did as advertized and swelled the wood.

Chair-Loc is made by Graphic Vision Inc. East Swanzey, NH 03446
(got that off the packaging) I gave it a try... we'll see.

It should work, at least for a while, and I have often considered trying it. Generally when I have repaired rungs I have opted for glue and a mechanical fix. I will cut a slot in the end of the rung and insert a wed...

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