How to repair Wood Furniture At Home by Pottery Barn

How to repair Wood Furniture At Home by Pottery Barn

Furniture Repairs Made Easy This is our entryway bench and antique ride and today what I want to do I want to show how to how to repair some of these damages. We need a rough patch, a soft patch and the plastic card, the hard one and a wax stick and a touch up pen and and pretty much all these items available locally at your grocery store or
hardware store. Before we start and go ahead and work on that we look at the surface the first thing is to check on
the color tone, of the pen to see it’s matching to the surface that we will repair, and it’s a very very good match, here we have a lot of holes and it looks quite damaged and what you do is you take your wax stick and you rub in some wax and see how easy it is to fill it? Now we can see I’ve filled all these
holes of the damage and to test it now the plastic card drive or whatever you have, I just put the sharp edge here, that on the surface and we remove
the excess wax. Take your pad and you rub in the grain direction, and you clean up all the excess wax on the surface, it looks really amazing, there are just a few spots
where substrates of the wood is looking through, and what we do, we take our white touch up pen, dab a little bit, on the surface and just take your time look at how nice that looks, you let it dry for about two or three hours and then you can use it. We want to repair our Montego pedestal table in our Mahogany finish. We want to repair that really deep damage what we have here, we have the
mahogany color tone here burnishing here the dark area here, so the way we start out is
first Color tone all the very deep scratch with the Mahogany tone, you do that very very light, and rub away the excess material so you’ve blend it in right away. What we do first is we rub very hard with a lot of pressure, and just fill it, and then you remove the excess material, look at how clean that looks here. And then on the edge you just take your pad, and recreate the way you use the table edge,
and now you can see the difference from the Mahogany, expecially on the edge. We will start off first with a black edge, and we feather in the color tone, and now we’re using our mahogany color tone marker, we do very very small dabs, and
it blends in to the surrounding surface. Okay now we are done, with great results repairing
the furniture, It looks amazing the final result. Pottery Barn


  • connor flynn says:

    Great video!

  • Mustard Monkey says:

    Thanks for an amazing video, I found it so interesting. I am fascinated by anything related to furniture. Can't wait to see more!

  • chunkylover817 says:

    this makes repairing furniture look fun^^

  • Paula Lane says:

    Although the scratch on the mahogany table looks much better, it still is very apparent that the table is damaged. Is that the best repair job one can expect?

  • dalleger says:

    This is pretty sad. I'd be out of business in a day if I tried to pull this off as a professional repair. What a joke!

  • dalleger says:

    @pjlaner Absolutely not… there's a right way to do this kind of repair, and this isn't it. Deep gouges usually require a "burn-in" repair where finish is melted into the damaged area, then fine tuning the grain pattern and color variations is done before protecting it with some sort of top coat that is feathered into the surrounding finish.

  • Abrar Khan says:

    Thanks for video

  • Millard Walker says:

    This is interesting and that gives me an idea to fix ours. It's not really good to look at, so hope I can repair it. Thanks for the video…

  • dalleger says:

    You're right. However, the results on the mahogany table are horrible. At the very least he could warm the wax stick on a thin putty knife to work it in more evenly before scraping with the credit card, then buff with a cloth before feathering in some color. It's much easier to control the wax this way with less waste and better results. Seriously… look how bad that gouge looks! With very little more effort or material, the results could be much better.

  • Jon Hay says:

    As a person who does furniture repair for a living I must say that this is a terrible example of a method of repair. Anyone who attempts this method will not be satisfied. The fill will pull out very easily without proper coating and the color match will be very poor. Most certainly, the damage will not be hidden.

  • Nick Heisick says:

    Awesome video. Loved it. Professional furniture repair for scratches is a needless waste.

  • 1taylorgibson says:

    I bought a montego pottery barn table new for $1800 and after a few months i started getting streaky marks and waxy sticky residue on the tabletop. What mess. It is clearly wax as you can scrape it off with your fingernail. Looking at this video, i'm left thinking that they "repaired" it using this method before they sold it to me. I have tried to get pottery barn to fix the problem but all they do is tell me to clean it with a dry cloth. Pottery barn – shame on you.

  • killallhippies200 says:

    not only is quentin tarantino a world famous film director but also furniture repair expert. his impression of the german accent ist also a real gem. i have huge respect for this man.

  • Mr. Peapoo says:

    Werner Herzog moonlights for Pottery Barn on the weekend, apparently

  • Frederick Chow says:

    @ 2:52 — yeah right that looks like garbage

  • Mary R. Yokum says:

    Hey, The best plans for woodworking that I have ever used are from Jacobs magic plan (just google it) Without a doubt the most detailed woodworking plans that I have ever used.

  • Chaudhry Alligood says:

    im sure you'll build it yourself. I made it 2 weeks ago thanks to woodprix website.

  • Mireya Yim says:

    I know that you can get solutions for that on woodprix website. just google 'woodprix' :)))

  • The Artful Rogers says:

    Can anybody recommend a product/solution to repairing a white high gloss table????
    No dents to the actual wood underneath, just a very small chip to the high gloss outer layer.

  • Snowflake J says:

    Will the wax just scratch off?

  • Adkins Mikkelsen says:

    I think you need to take some time and go to WoodPrix website to learn how to make it.

  • Blu monie says:

    I am a crafty person and I used an x-acto knife and scratched the table. I know I will get in so much trouble so thank you. I bought this just yesterday so this is something that will haunt me if I don't fix it.

  • Romaine Athey says:

    I am sure you can still buy handbook with all info you need on woodprix. Just google it.

  • Adkins Mikkelsen says:

    Great place to learn how to make it yourself much much cheaper. Just google for 'WoodPriX' website:)

  • Carmelina Katzman says:

    Im using woodprix instructions to make it and I do it already πŸ™‚

  • Virginia Curry says:

    How can I fix your scrappy ridiculously overpriced round kitchen table and a chair that fell apart?? #barbarian

  • Easter Stedman says:

    Go to woodprix if you'd like to build it yourself.

  • Romelia Polly says:

    Go to woodprix webpage if you'd like to know how to build it. Good solutions for everyone I think

  • Callihan Hopwood says:

    I'm pretty sure the best instruction is on woodprix website.

  • Shannan Schisler says:

    You can use woodprix instructions to build it yourself guys.

  • Shannon Gibson says:

    I can make it myself. Just got instructions from woodprix website and I'm ready for do it πŸ˜€

  • Remington Mcneese says:

    Nice, nice, very nice. However you can make it yourself. Just google woodprix and learn how to do it easily.

  • Laticia Cull says:

    I made it by myself. I used woodprix woodworking plans for that.

  • Shantelle Adeline says:

    I am sure you'll learn how to make it if you'll read woodprix HANDBOOKS from cover to cover πŸ™‚

  • Abd ullah says:

    What color marker are you using? Should i ask for plain white if i need to repair pottery barn crib?

  • Allan Docater says:

    It's good to see the woodprix has new instructions to save my money and energy to build it.

  • Allan Docater says:

    I made it too. Just used woodprix instructions for that πŸ™‚

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