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  1. It's becoming apparent that this is the case. Thankyou. What kind of money am I looking at for a professional (French polisher?) to do the necessities? Difficult I know without seeing the table! But it's not in a bad condition, just looking dull.
  2. That's a great start and saved me a job.
  3. Hi, looking for advice and found this forum. I have a sheesham wood dining table (according to the invoice) that the Mr's decided she wanted to change its colour and tried sanding it by hand. To be honest she's not really took much of it, other than making the surface duller than before, you couldn't tell. I'm now wanting to reinstate the shine it previously had , hopefully without having to go to town on it and sand it all the way back. Its a mine field with all the different options. I thought I'd settled on just applying a couple of Coats of a good bees wax with a little wire wool rub in between, but then stumbled on this forum.
  4. Hi, looking for advice and found this topic. I have a sheesham wood dining table, that the Mr's decided she wanted to change its colour and tried sanding it by hand. To be honest she's not really took much of it, other than making the surface duller than before, you couldn't tell. I'm now wanting to reinstate the shine it previously had , hopefully without having to go to town on it and sand it all the way back. Its a mine field with all the different options. I thought I'd settled on just applying a couple of Coats of a good bees wax with a little wire wool rub in between, but then stumbled on this forum.