transitive verbre·fin·ished, re·fin·ish·ing, re·fin·ish·es
To put a new finish on (furniture).
(third-person singular simple present refinishes, present participle refinishing, simple past and past participle refinished)
From re- + finish.
- Another idea would be to pick up some retro-looking lamps from a thrift store and use the same technique to refinish the bases and then use the same material when making the lampshades.
- Silicone cleaners can seep into the finish and create a barrier that won't allow a stain or lacquer to bond with the furniture, making it impossible to refinish or touch-up.
- If the stains are deep or the floor is damaged, however, it may be necessary to hire a professional to strip, resand, refinish, and reseal the floor.
- You probably need to refinish the wooden frame if you need to keep it as close a match as you can to the picture.
- A contractor may also be willing to install flooring that was removed from another house and refinish it.