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Old 31st August 2010, 11:17 PM   #1
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I`ve been rebuilding some kef 104.2`s over the last few months , but am not sure how to go about the cabinets . They had been hand painted with gloss black on the sides and tops , the back and front are as they should be and untouched . So what i am after doing is to return them to standard.
So far i have removed the paint and sanded the veneers back as far as i dare ... But now i am stuck . so many differing aproaches . Stain,paint,oil,laqure ???? which way to go. any advise would be apreciatted .....
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Old 31st August 2010, 11:39 PM   #2
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I found that several coats of "Black Japan" gives a very nice finish and would cover any imperfections.
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