Furniture Refinishing

Furniture refinishing is a process that takes time. Whether you're looking to restore a contemporary kitchen table, or an antique dresser from your grandparents, you'll get the best results from a company that takes its time and doesn't skimp on the steps. CJ's Refinishing takes care to thoroughly perform as many steps as needed to give you a piece you'll be proud of. Here's what's involved:
  • Stripping the piece to remove all varnish and stain
  • Sand with four different grits of sandpaper — 80, 120, 180 and 220 in order — to get the smoothest possible finish
  • Stain to match your desired color. CJ's Finishing even creates custom stain colors.
  • Apply sealer coat
  • Sand again with 400-grit sandpaper
  • Apply three to four coats of lacquer sealant, sanding as needed
  • If needed, repeat the sanding and lacquer process to get the best results

CJ's Refinishing can also refinish painted pieces — removing old paint and giving the piece a fresh look, even a new color!

Refinishing Work