Everyone deserves nice furniture.
Buying new furniture is becoming more costly each year. If you’re in business, refinishing old furniture for your customers is a skill you can add to your handyman services. You can also bring in some side income by refinishing used furniture you bought cheap.
If you’re learning how to refinish used furniture as a new hobby, you now have a quality “handmade” item you can use in your own home or present to someone as a gift. If you continue refinishing furniture and love it, it may offer you another source of income.
Refinishing wood furniture may seem like a difficult task, and it can be. With practice, the process will become easier for you, and you’ll develop your own routine. We’ve broken the process down to six simple steps to help get you started.