Our refinishing work is aimed at enhancing the natural color and grain of the wood through the integrated use of sanding, bleaching, staining, clear finishing, and waxing/oiling.  In addition, we have experience with dyes and chemicals as an alternative to oil-based stain coloring. We use select clear finishes, usually of a satin sheen for indoor furniture. We also repair and replace veneer.


No job too big!



        Before and after samples 



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sewing_table_before sewing_table_after
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Radio before bookcase_after
Before table After table


Samples of other refinishing work by the Re-finish-Line

Restored round mahogany cabinet w/ two glass shelves and two glass doors hinged on the middle pillar


1900’s mahogany dresser w/ rotating mirror

Restored 1920’s Possum Belly without the zinc

English two-seater pew

fully retracted

Sliding dining room table – fully retracted

fully extended

Same sliding dining room table – fully extended


19th century Victorian bench

Ebonized table top

Hoosier hutch

four-layered lawyers cabinet

His and Hers drum tables

Mother’s chair

Maple table colored with water-based dye stain

Detail of grain patterns in maple table

Vintage high chair

Tiger Oak swivel desk chair

Restored doggie toy box


Rarely paint jobs are undertaken

Library card catalog converted to family ‘post office’ with music

Ponderosa Pine table

Sideboard with carved handles