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Helping Lustre on Old Wood Furniture
I have an old "prison" chest of drawers made in the early 1900's. I believe it is made of pine. It was stained when it was made, but the finish is both dull and dry after so many years. What kind of oil would best help the wood as well as restore some of the luster?
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
- Dallas, Texas
Check out the advice from Antique Resources.
W. Carl Erickson
- Rome, New York
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