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Repair minor damage on a wood dining table using a commercially available burnishing cream or furniture reviver to remove stains, and apply liquid furniture or wax to remove scratches. For severe damage, sand and refinis... More »

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To build a dining table, assemble boards together to make the surface, connect the skirt frame to the table top, install the legs, and use iron strips to band together the table. For materials, you need 2-by-4 boards, 2-... More »

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A standard dining table is between 28 and 30 inches high. A coffee table is generally under 20 inches high. More »

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Repair wicker furniture by soaking a new strand of wicker and then weaving the piece through the damaged area and gluing the ends down with wood glue. You will need wicker cane, needle-nose pliers, water and wood glue fo... More »

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