- The question box. Varese, Michael // Country Living;Oct97, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p102
Provides tips on how to restore old furnitures. Restoring a beat-up icebox; How to disguise the damage of a desk drawer; Suggestions for removing small scratch on a wooden tabletop.
- Untitled. Johnson, Bruce // Antiques & Collecting Magazine;Feb1994, Vol. 98 Issue 12, p26
Gives advice regarding the preservation of wood antique furniture. Removing a white ring on a walnut veneer table; Removing scratches in the marble top of an old Victorian parlor table.
- Knock on wood. Johnson, Bruce // Antiques & Collecting Magazine;Feb96, Vol. 100 Issue 12, p43
Presents answers to queries involving wooden antique furniture. Use of water or heat in coaxing compacted wood to return to its normal size; Safe way to remove paint from marble; Benefits and drawbacks in using orbital sanders.
- Knock on wood. Johnson, Bruce // Antiques & Collecting Magazine;Dec98, Vol. 103 Issue 10, p16
Gives pieces of advice on antique furniture maintenance and repair. Information on where to order oak plugs or dowels that have flat or quartersawn grain; Suggestions on whether or not to refinish old bedroom suit.
- Readers reporting. Metz, Jerry // Wood & Wood Products;Jun94, Vol. 99 Issue 7, p18
Presents information from readers on various topics about maintenance and repair of furniture. Materials to use to even out wood color variations; Telegraphing of the particleboard; Information on gluesize; Choices for core materials; Tips for prevention of warpage in high-grade chests.
- Sleeping beauties. Trucco, Terry // InStyle;Nov2002, Vol. 9 Issue 12, p341
Provides a guide in selecting and caring sleeper sofas. Approaches in determining the metal support of the sofa; Impact of direct sunlight on the sofa; Measures for keeping a dust-free mattress.
- STICKY BUSINESS. Severson, Jilann // Better Homes & Gardens;Dec2002, Vol. 80 Issue 12, p236
Presents tips for removing spilled wax. Removal of spilled wax from soft materials such as linens, carpets and upholstery; Use of a hair dryer to soften hardened wax on hard surfaces, such as furniture, before removing.
- Protection money. Hollyer, Tony // Cabinet Maker;02/13/98, Issue 5075, p18
Focuses on various protection and anti-stain upholstery products for furniture applications. Basic options for manufacturers in protecting furniture products; Common causes of premature wear in upholstery; Range of protection products from various companies.
- Knock on wood. Johnson, Bruce // Antiques & Collecting Magazine;Nov96, Vol. 101 Issue 9, p16
Answers readers' questions about wooden furniture maintenance and repair. Applying polyurethane varnish; Caning for chair seats; Refinishing an antique oak table.