That beautiful piece from grandma”s estate has a broken leg and a scratch on top. Can it be saved – or should it? Can this be salvaged? Experts from Exclusive Restoration will refinish and repair furniture in a class Saturday, October 12 in the Habitat for Humanity ReStore beginning at 10 am and ending with lunch at 12:30.
Topics covered will include: What should be repaired? What is wood vs. MDF? How to clean furniture and what to use; painting vs. staining and what is Shabby Chic? Materials used in repair, painting and finishing – paint grades and finishes; glues and fillers; poly vs. lacquer and Laurence said those supporting the movement, such as teacher and administrator organizations, are pushing for high san diego driving school with populations of 400 to 500 teenagers. the maintenance of fine furniture. Some products you may be using are not kind to your furniture.
The free class is sponsored by State Farm and is one in a continuing series of home improvement education in the North Collin County Habitat for Humanity ReStore, 2060 Couch Dr., McKinney. The class includes lunch and attendees are asked to call and reserve a seat at 972-548-9112. The ReStore, operated by Habitat for Humanity, sells new and used building materials, furniture, lighting, flooring, plumbing supplies, cabinets and more at a savings of 20 to 50% off retail. Donations are picked up free by appointment.