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    Thursday, December 22, 2011

    Reclaimed wood furniture

      I am thinking of buying reclaimed wood furniture, distressed furniture, and a farmhouse table. Reclaimed wood furniture is usually quite durable, but proper maintenance techniques are necessary if you want your reclaimed wood products to last as long as possible. This is especially true for antique furniture. For instance, antique reclaimed wood tables and chairs, because of their frequent use, require extra-special care. The first order of business is to gather the tools and products you will need to treat your reclaimed wood furniture. There are many wood cleaners out there, some better than others, so you may want to do some research and pick one that is environmentally friendly, toxin free and made for antique wood products. Alternatively, some people just use water and a little vinegar or linseed oil. Also, make sure you have plenty of clean rags and a small knife to remove any old paint chunks. If you need to use wood glue, make sure it is safe for antiques. Start with a thorough dusting of your reclaimed wood furniture. For reclaimed wood tables, make sure to remove any traces of food bits in the fissures and seams before using any products. If you are planning on repainting any of the wood, consider a light sanding over the dirtier spots such as table and chair legs. Essentially, this step not only ensures that your furniture is clean, but it also opens up the pores in the wood, which helps prevent further dryness and cracking. Once your furniture is thoroughly washed and the wood pores are opened, the next step is to apply a high-quality wood oil or wood finisher appropriate for your reclaimed wood furniture. When you apply the oil, the opened pores will soak up the product, allowing it to absorb deeper into the wood.