One of my favorite antiquing finds since we’ve moved into our home are the little mid-century console table and mirror in the foyer that I found on separate trips to Beall and Bell in Greenport, my go-to for their great eye and nicely edited selection of mid-century furniture.
After a year, the table was starting to lose some of it’s luster. I had heard about Feed-n-Wax from bloggers like HouseTweaking, so I decided to give it a try.
And now, completely finished.
For so little elbow grease, it is a fairly dramatic result. I was inspired to try it on the wood frame on this sketch we have in the office.
It has some sun damage on the left and a major scratch on the bottom of the frame as well as some smaller nicks on the right.
Feed-n-Wax didn’t fix the scratches, but it definitely made an overall improvement on even this yard-sale find.
I was inspired enough by the results that I treated the library table in our living room, which had lots of little dings and scratches to the sides and top.
And the little egg-shaped table next to my reading chair. Looking good, little table!
Note: This is not a sponsored product review.