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Posted on Best finish for restoring Silky Oak antique chair??

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#1 posted 04-09-2020 04:31 PM

I think what your are doing; ” I would normally finish …......with a couple of coats of shellac followed by a finishing coat of beeswax,...” should work well. I would substitute carnauba wax for the beeswax because it produces a harder finish.

Your other choice would be a hand applied finishing compound composed of a combination of oils, wax, and shellac. I don’t know what their commercial brand names would be in Australia but you could research and make your own.

-- Les B, Oregon


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