We have a vintage (not antique) mahogany diningroom table with leaves that need to stay in place. They did not match the color of the top. After much trial and much error, we made the decision to remove the finish on everything and try again…
Can someone please tell us how to fill the grain in the mahogany so that we can get the same smooth surface we used to have? Thanks.
In this video, Jon overviews the elements of the addition, including building a deck-ledger-style floor system, closing off windows and doors, and framing the roof.
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