I love my painted wood, but some things just need to remain untouched.
(For now, anyway.)
I'm lucky to have custom cabinets, but with a large puppy in the kitchen, things can get pretty scratched up.
He's doing much better now...or maybe he's just so big that his nails hit the granite instead of the wood!
This hurt to watch.
Luckily, I have a solution.
Years ago, a friend of mine who was refinishing an antique sewing machine case told me about
It's used by antiques dealers and furniture makers.
I have been using it on these cabinets since we moved in twelve years ago.
Excuse me, but I'm positive that I was having a nap when that happened!
I do admit that I like to see what's on the counter. I can usually find a ball or one of my bones up there.
I like to stretch my back at the end of the kitchen island, too.
I may have done a bit of damage.
Thank goodness for those Howard people.
Mom put on gloves and then used an old sock to apply it...just rub it on, wait a bit and then wipe.
Good as new!
Mom likes the distressed look.
I guess that's lucky for me.
Thank you, Howard...
And if any of you would like help distressing your furniture or cabinetry, give me a call!
***This is my own opinion based solely on my personal use of this product.
I was not compensated in any way.
If you buy this product and then drink it, you're just a stupid ass.
I'm not responsible for that!
Use as directed.
Open your windows and use only in a well ventilated area.***