With a simple wipe-on , wipe-off process, most finished wood surfaces that seem to need a complete refinishing job can be restored in a few minutes. White heat rings and water marks, sun fade, oxidation, smoke damage, faded finishes, minor scratches and abrasions and most other blemishes can be quickly blended away. Before you go to the extreme of stripping it, try restoring it!
How Does It Work?
Restor-A-Finish® is a unique finish-penetrating formula that contains a small amount of stain combined with just the right amount of solvent and restoring oils, giving it the ability to permanently restore the existing finish without removing, softening, or stripping it. Restor-A-Finish penetrates faded lacquer, shellac and varnish finishes to bring back the original colour and lustre. It restores the depth of grain, going much deeper than temporary "scratch cover" products. Restor-A-Finish® penetrates and permanently restores most wood finishes without removing any of the existing finish. Restor-A-Finish® works best when applied with a small pad of cloth or for severe white rings or oxidation a super fine (#0000) Steel Wool also available from our website. For carved surfaces, you may use a small paint brush or soft toothbrush. Never pour Restor-A-Finish® directly onto the finish.
There are 9 colours to choose from if you are not sure of the colour you need please get in touch and we will send you our brochure which has a colour chart so that you can best match the finish you want to restore.
Please take a look at the demonstration video in the video tab - it shows just how easy and effective it really is.
Follow up with Howard Feed-N-Wax or Citrus-Shield paste Wax to help maintain the newly restored finish.
Please note that due to the flammable nature of this product, it is only shipped via a designated carrier and ONLY to Mainland UK addressess. If you are in Northern Ireland, Higlands of Scotland, Isle of man,or Isle of Wight, we can arrange ferry shipment but this will carry a further carriage supplement. Please ring to make enquiries.