Q: I am a piano technician and I sent a customers piano to be refinished. In shipping it back the finish got some moving pad marks. It is a hand rubbed traditional lacquer. How do I get these out?
A: I’m sorry. I wouldn’t even experiment on that. I’d call the company who refinished the piano. Perhaps they have a compound that can be used to blend out the marks.
Swirl marks on refinished hardwood floor
I just had my floors refinished due to a water damage. I have 3/4" red oak. We went with a natural finish with semi-gloss finish. The floors look great, but I have one concern: one area in my floors, when the SUN hits this spot, I can see swirl marks.…
Getting rid of staining lap marks
I have just finished staining my pine floor. I used a wood conditioner and then used an oil based stain. I did this in two parts, and now I have lap marks. How do I get rid of these?
Q: My daughter has painted metal chairs in her room. As she has moved the chairs around her room, paint has come off the bottom of the chairs and onto the hard wood floors. How do I remove the paint marks?
We recently had engineered wood floors installed and one of our wood-painted chairs has scuffed the floor with the paint from the chair (white paint on oak wood), do you know of a product we can use to remove this?
Grooves in hardwood from piano being moved
Q: We recently sold our piano. We neglected to tell the people moving it out that they should lay something down to protect our hardwood floor. We now have grooves going all the way from the living room through the dining room from the piano wheels. We are renting the…