We thought we’d share the process we used to restore one of the treasures we found. Not necessarily THE right process, just one that works for us. Here are the steps.
Links to products used:
Savogran Wood Bleach
Minwax Pre-Stain Wood Conditioner
Valspar Zenith Waterborne Lacquer
2 thoughts on “Mid-Century Credenza Restoration”
Hi..i have the exact same cerdenza ..i have had it for some time now..I was was wanting to know what is the price on cerdenza if I was to sell it…Thank you
Hi, Monica – Thanks for your comment. When it comes to pricing items, it’s always a matter of what your local market will bear and the condition of the item. If we fully restore a credenza, we can typically get about $625 to $750 in the Twin Cities metro. That pricing might be way too low in New York City or way too high for a rural area that doesn’t care about mid-century furniture. Check around at shops in your region to get an idea of where to price your credenza. The price we’ve given is for a retail market, not wholesale. Wholesalers need to make money on the pieces they buy, so the price has to be a lot cheaper for them to make it worth their while. Good luck!
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