How to Strip Stain From Wood : Furniture Repair Tips

How to Strip Stain From Wood : Furniture Repair Tips

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Stripping the stain from wood is something you might do during the restoration of a piece. Find out how to strip stain from wood with help from a 46-year-old master precision craftsman in this free video clip.

Expert: Todd Languell
Filmmaker: Todd Languell

Series Description: Repairing furniture can take an old, damaged piece and make it look as good as new again. Get tips that you can use when repairing the various pieces of furniture in your home with help from a 46-year-old master precision craftsman in this free video series.

19 Comments

  1. I accidentally dripped a few spots and fingerprint marks from staining onto some bare wood I was working on, I need to get those out as I'm putting a lighter color down than the one I dripped. It's just a few small spots is this the best method?

  2. Why not to skip everything besides the sand paper if you are using it anyway? Works faster and no highly aggressive residue stuck in the wood for the rest of the furniture life.

  3. Great video !! One question, I have a table that has a veneer inlay, the grain goes in many different directions. I it's best to sand with the grain. What do you do in this situation as to sanding ?

  4. where is part 2? how to finished the table. i have done everything and am at the part where i let it dry for 24 hours before i finish the table. great video.

  5. Hey Todd….I stripped a dining table using your techniques. We were expecting a bad storm, so I covered table with a tarp and left under outside covered and protected…so I thought. I just uncovered to finish the sanding before staining…and I have water spots and mold looking spots all over…How do I fix this?

  6. Am I the only immature one who chuckles when he says "work the stripper". "Catch the stripper underneath.." K I'll go home now.

  7. Rub across the grain on stubborn spots, as it is more effective going against the grain but finish the sanding always with the grain

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