How A 1950s Vanity Is Professionally Restored | Refurbished


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How A 1950s Vanity Is Professionally Restored | Refurbished



John Price is a woodworker in Windber, Pennsylvania. He has been restoring antique furniture and doing custom woodwork for over 10 years. He uses some great techniques with a steam iron and sawdust to repair this 1950s three-mirror vanity.

For more, please visit:
https://youtube.com/c/JohnBearWoodworks
https://www.facebook.com/jbearwoodworks/
Instagram: john.bear.woodworks

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  1. 2 Corinthians 5:17
    Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.

    For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16

  2. Crazy thing is that people buy those beaten up looking things for a lot of money because they're into that "shabby chique " look. Confession time, my kitchen table is like that. That birds eye maple was lovely though

  3. Yes I totally agree on the red stain. I blend my own as well and likewise say it's because to me the red really highlights the elegance of not just the wood (grain) itself but also of the craftsmanship that went into making the piece. I love Red Cedar wood and found a guy that had a 1950s red cedar dresser and mirror he sold me for $15. I stopped showing it to people because they always want me to sell it to them (been offered up to $800). The red tinted stain really set it off and I knew as soon as the poly went on "This sucker is staying with me."

  4. What paint stripper do you use? I tried this before and the product I used wasn’t effective, so maybe I didn’t purchase a good one

  5. Very nice restore. I always hate to see such a nice wood get covered by paint. I once built a 5×12 double door from cedar planks at my job only to find the customer planned to paint it white after it was installed. Ruined my day