1. Carl Bailey

    Wow, you did do a fantastic job on the bench. Looks as good as new!!! I know you are pleased and proud.

    • Melodye Shore

      Thanks, Carl! I’m shocked (in a good way) that it was so quick and easy! I suspect I’m not alone in procrastinating on some home renovation projects, mainly because seemingly simple tasks sometimes become arduous journeys. But wheeeee, this was almost effortless! You’ll have to come back for another visit & sit a spell with me on that bench. 🙂

    • Melodye Shore

      Thanks, Janet! It feels so warm and cheerful now, at least to me. I hope guests sense that it’s an inviting space, too.

    • Melodye Shore

      Thanks, Liz! It feels good to brighten up that corner and bench! I love wrapping that throw around my shoulders in the early morning hours, drinking coffee and listening to the owls & coyotes.

  2. Carol Munro

    Oh, no. You didn’t. Yes. Yes, you did. You’ve made some work for me, because now that I’ve seen how glorious your bench looks, I MUST try this on a wardrobe I have in my bedroom. It’s an old thing. It was old sixty years ago when my mom stored her canned preserves in it in our cellar. I’ve never known it to have a buffed finish. I wonder what it could look like. I’ll take before & after pics.

    • Melodye Shore

      Hi Carol, and lol, yes, I did! **preens**

      It’s actually very simple, and quick. No sanding, no messing with harsh strippers or other chemicals. All told, (including the wait times), it probably took me 3 hours. And I have PLENTY of product left over for future restoration projects. 🙂

      I’m glad you’re going to give it a try, and I’m excited to see your before/after pics!

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