Refinishing  

First the piano is disassembled and the strings and tuning pins are removed. The entire piano, including soundboard, is stripped and sanded to the natural wood.

All scratches and imperfections are filled and stained and allowed to dry before refinishing.

Sanding sealer is applied and then thoroughly hand-sanded between coats until only a thin layer remains. This provides a sound foundation for each application.

Multiple coats of lacquer are then applied over the sealer. The piano is then hand rubbed to desired sheen.

This is called "Finishing the Finish". This is what makes the biggest difference in a quality finish. The hardware on the piano is then polished to look new again.

 
 

Please call or email Carlos Farina for additional information. carlosfarina@msn.com

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