Importance of French Polishing
to Embellish Your Antique
Do you own the antique furniture and has it as a mark of ancestral
heritage or a symbol of beauty which you need to preserve? If yes,
then it is highly recommended to use the most advanced process
of furniture restoration – French Polishing.
French polishing makes your antique furniture stand out beautifully
while also increasing the resistant against the damage. There are
several benefits of using French polishing. The first and foremost
benefit is that it is available in different shades and colours. It also
seals the wood and makes it less porous. This ultimately protects it
from damage by environmental elements such as water, humidity
and sunlight. It doesn’t allow watermarks and other stains to
become deep set.
Depending upon your furniture condition, your furniture restoration
company will provide you with the suitable restoration solution. If
you are advised to opt for French polishing, then remember that it
involves intensive labour and requires special skills to get that
perfect and even finish. So, if you own one such piece of antique
furniture which needs to be restored, bring it to Jason Snook
We have extensive experience in restoring antique furniture in
Melbourne and thus ensure to breathe the new life in yours too.
With the perfect blend of traditional methods and modern
equipment, we ensure to provide the high quality end finish that
lasts for a long time.
We are competent antique restorer with the certificate in Furniture
Craft. With us, you can complete peace of mind as we are the
member of the Australian Antique Dealers Association.
Applying the best still, attention to detail and quality product, we
ensure you long lasting finish. To bring your much loved antique
furniture in Melbourne in its original glory, get in touch with us at
0412832858. We will provide you with the no-obligation quote
before commencing any work.
Address: 1 Canterbury Road,
Camberwell, Victoria, 3124
Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Number: 0412 832 858