How Do You Refinish Pecan Wood Furniture?
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Pecan trees are popular for their tasty nuts. The pecan tree is also valuable for its quality wood. Factories and furniture builders use pecan for its hardness, beauty and durability. Pecan wood is a light red-brown color that had some dark brown streaks throughout the grain. Furniture made from pecan wood is very valuable. Do not throw away pieces of pecan furniture that need a little work; instead, refinish these pieces to their original beauty and you will have a piece of furniture to last the rest of your lifetime. Remove any hardware that is on the piece of furniture. Place these in a plastic zipper bag to reattach later. Work outside in a well-ventilated area. Work in a covered area if possible to keep debris from falling into your stain and ruining the project. Cover any work surface to protect it from the stripper or the stain. Apply the stripper to the pecan wood using a natural bristle paintbrush. Allow the stripper to sit for as long as the manufacturer’s directions suggest.