Refinish a 72 Round Dining Table

Apr 21st

72 round dining tables – Lacing your dining table will give old, worn tables with new life and an appealing look. Scratches, bumps and fading all appear on dining-room tables. Whether the damage is from the sun or years of wear and tear, lacquering your round dining table can be an effective way to give your dining room a new look without breaking the bank. Removing old finish and adding new paint or brushing can make your round dining table look new again.

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To refinish a 72 round dining table, apply a layer of thick paste finish remover to the table using a natural brush. Let the finish remover sit for a couple of minutes until it begins to bubble and lift the finish from the surface. Scratch the old surface using a wide spatula. Scratch together with the tree’s veins to avoid scratching the table. Apply liquid stripes to the surface of the table, using a natural brush. Let the liquid stripper sit for a couple of minutes. Use a medium-fine steel wool sponge to remove and remove any residual paste from the finish line remover. Remove stripper residue by dipping a medium-fine steel wool sponge in lacquer thinner. Carefully wash the residual product from the surface, working with the oars of the wood.

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Then to refinish a 72 round dining table, sand the surface with a grinder and a 220-sandpaper grain to level out any spots. Wipe away any grinding dirt from the surface of the table with a soft damp cloth. Apply a wood stain with a natural brush. Coat the table with even brush strokes and leave for at least 24 hours. Apply three layers of polyurethane clear coat to the surface of the table, using a natural brush brush. Let each team sit and dry before using the next one. Apply a finishing wax to the surface using a super-fine steel wool pad. This will get rid of land fill in any surface defects. Leave finishing wax dry and polish the surface with a soft cloth for a smooth finish.