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Finish on Oak Table Faded?

When cleaning my table recently I noticed that the color of my table under my placemats is much darker, can I sand this color change away so that its all one color?

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November 16, 20170 found this helpful

If you try and sand just this area it will destroy the finish of your table. You are better off to refinish the complete table than just this area.

I would actually try some Old English dark furniture polish first to see if this will darken up the rest of your wood to match the area under your placemats.

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November 16, 20170 found this helpful

They have furniture crayons you can use to match up faded and damaged spots

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