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Furniture Repair Omaha NE

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Strip-It Shop
(402) 553-2255
1314 S Saddle Creek Rd
Omaha, NE
 
Price Upholstery
(402) 553-9139
612 S Saddle Creek Rd
Omaha, NE
 
Benson Upholstery & Refinishing
(402) 551-4368
6114 Military Ave
Omaha, NE
 
Woodcraft Inc
(402) 453-7788
4425 N 61st St
Omaha, NE
 
Personal Achievement
(402) 556-2248
1612 N 36th St
Omaha, NE
 
Padrinos Upholstery
(402) 551-9350
1308 S Saddle Creek Rd
Omaha, NE
 
Sheppard's Business Interiors
(402) 393-8888
725 S 72nd St
Omaha, NE
 
Denny & Son Upholstery Inc
(402) 571-8240
5701 NW Radial Hwy
Omaha, NE
 
Hancock Fabrics
(402) 393-7675
3501 S 84th St
Omaha, NE
 
Jantz Upholstery
(402) 571-6691
7519 Lawndale Dr
Omaha, NE
 

Furniture Tips




Maintenance

Water Spots On Furniture

Take an old, worn-in toothbrush and some baking soda. Wrap the bristles in a soft, damp cloth and then dip in the baking soda. Rub the water spot area gently to remove the stain.

Teak Furniture

Teakwood being an oil-finished product needs special care. Frequent dusting is very important. Frequently used furniture need oiling every month or so. Use a solution of mild detergent for cleaning and tung oil for restoring the sheen to dry areas.
Furniture not used as much may need oiling only once or twice a year. Oil if wood looks pale and the surface feels dry. Oil piece, then let the oil set for 3 to 4 hr. or even overnight. Then buff with another clean, soft clothe to remove the excess oil.

What Should You Use To Refinish That Wood Project?

How do you determine whether paint remover or a furniture refinisher is needed for a particular refinishing job?
Use a cotton ball, moisten with nail polish remover and touch it to the furniture. If the cotton ball sticks, the finish is varnish, lacquer or shellac, and you need to use a furniture refinisher. If the cotton ball does not stick, you need to use paint remover.

Furniture Scratches

Scratched Wood Tables

To keep your tables from being scratched buy ordinary felt and glue it onto the bottom of ashtrays, vases, and collectibles. That way, their sharp edges will not mar your woodwork. Glue or double-faced tape can secure the felt.

Scratches in Furniture

Deep scratches are hard to cover up, but some surface scratches are filled in and made less visible with furniture polishes.

Cedar Chests and Closets

Why These Chests and Closets Work So Well!

Eastern red cedar (Juniperus virginiana) does not repel moths or beetles from its odors. This is an old wives tale! The wood is resistant to insects but the odor doesn't act as a repellant.
Don't throw or give away your cedar chests quite yet! The cedar chests and closet...

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