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Repairing Dings and Scratches in White Lacquer Furniture
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.
- 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?
Owner - Washington DC, USA
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