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Repairing Dings and Scratches in White Lacquer Furniture


(2001)

Q. I have a white lacquer dining suite that has had a few bumps in moving. The wood is showing so the mishap has created a loss of lacquer about 3" x 1" as well as smaller indentations. How and what do I use to fill it in and touch up the lacquer.

Lilian Taylor
- Burnaby, B.C. Canada


April 21, 2014

Q. Hello! I have a white high gloss lacquer cabinet that I accidentally scratched in a couple of places using an abrasive pad. Scratches are very light and look like discoloration in the finish. Any suggestions on how to restore the white high gloss?

Thanks!

Laura Gibbons
Owner - Washington DC, USA



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