drawer. Thursday , August 10th , 2017 - 21:12:33 PM
Many wood workers back then,as now, understood the importance of quality workmanship, which does include the use of the best wood available. Most hope chests made in America during the 1700's and 1800's were constructed with the hardwoods found growing in the surrounding areas of their towns. Walnut, Cherry and Oak were the prime choices along with an Eastern Pine which was also a hardwood type. Along the Eastern Seaboard, some wood artisans also used hardwoods imported from South America know for their beautiful 'inner glow' quality finish such as Mahogany.
The most contemporary collection is in a dark coffee cherry color, and has a high satin finish which makes it look lovely. The English drawers have kenlin glides, and are designed to make using the dresser easy. The tapered legs help to keep the design fresh, and the simplicity of the style makes it able to be used for many years to come without looking dated or old.
- Take off the cupboards all the doors and take out all drawers first. Also, take off all the drawer pulls, knobs and hinges if you want to replace them with new ones. - Wash them and sand all the surfaces after that. Greasy marks at the kitchen cupboards (grease penetrates wood) should be removed with some standard multi-surface cleaners(ammonia-free formula) .
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