refinishing a piano
Our piano is 32 years old, a nice sound--H plays often--and is Oak. We would like it to not be oak but a darker color--espresso, is what we are now thinking.
I have refinished a number of pieces of antiques in the past but would not claim to be an expert at all.
My question is --do you think that we could do this ourselves?
It has clean lines (purchased in1981) and in very very good condition--so nothing that needs repairing.
What products would you use?
In many year gone, I used Forby's on a lot of antique's
(the 60's and 70's) and then usually only used mineral oil after and so no stain. Always successful.
Now there are different products. We are open to any ideas and hope some of the experts here will respond.