French Polishing Leeds

French Polishing Leeds

French polishing in Leeds for antique and contemporary furnishings. If you need French polishing in Leeds for damaged or worn looking furniture, the experienced specialist team with Furniture Mend will be able to assist with your repair.

French polishing is the ideal repair solution for wooden furniture in need of a repair. This service can be provided for both private and commercial customers, and can generally be completed within one business day. With the Furniture Mend experienced professionals, clients can expect their furniture to be restored to a like new condition. your furniture will be polished to a glossy finish and treated with high grade shellac resin. The team provide their French polishing services in Leeds for all types of wooden furniture including tables, chairs and cabinets to name but a few examples.

French Polish Leeds

French Polish Leeds

Have your furniture treated with French polish in Leeds from capable professionals. For domestic and commercial customers who require professional French polishing in Leeds to protect their most valuable items of furniture. Excellent for both antique and modern items, the French polish technique gives wooden furniture a new lease of life, leaving it glossy and rejuvenated.

If your wooden furniture has been damaged or is looking tired, a French polish can restore it to it's former appearance, and offer protection from more damage. A French polish in Leeds is available for a large number of furnishings, including soft and hard wood items, such as tables, cabinets and staircases.

French Polisher Leeds

French Polisher Leeds

With French polishing in Leeds, the skilled team can restore your furniture to a great looking condition again. Hire a French polisher in Leeds to rejuvenate your furniture. By employing specialist methods and high standard materials, the furniture technicians can repair damage, restore colour wooden furnishings.

Every French polisher in Leeds is well trained and have extensive experience in working with both modern and antique furnishings. The team offer specialist French polishing in Leeds, which involves employing tried and tested methods to repair and restore wooden items of furniture to a showroom condition.

The process involves washing back of wood surfaces, repair of damage and blemishes, application of shellac resin, repeated polishing of wood, and buffing to a glossy finish. The highly trained French polisher for Leeds will have experience with a large range of furnishings, so they are able to offer clients their services for both antique and modern items, including dining tables and chairs. They can cater to matching sets, or several unique items.

Other popular items for the service include wardrobes and display cases. They also can cover sideboards and banisters, so be creative when considering which items of furniture to get a French polish in Leeds. In nearly cases, work can be finished within one business day. However, larger items of furniture that require specialist restoration can be delivered to the modern repair workshop if necessary.

Get in touch today to make your booking - all you need to do is make an enquiry with the online form, including your contact information, the type of furniture you have, and the details of the repair work required. A member of the team will then be in contact to provide you with more in regards to hiring a French polisher in Leeds.

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French Polish Table Leeds

French Polish Table Leeds

Get a French polish for your table in Leeds to preserve that important item, and rejuvenate it. Tables get a lot of constant use, so make sure they can withstand it and last for years to come.


Do the team offer a Leeds French polishing service for commercial customers?

The team offer a Leeds French polishing service for both commercial and domestic customers.

They are able to conduct services at workplaces at times that are convenient for the client.


Does French polishing in Leeds protect furniture?

French polishing for Leeds does provide some protection for wooden furnishings, but it is not as hard wearing as some other finishes.

However, repairs to polished materials are simple and speedy to complete, and the finish the technique produces is unique.


Is the French polish technique suitable for my antique furniture in Leeds?

A traditional technique for repairing and restoring wooden furniture, the technique is ideal for antique items.

coffee table that is a matt mahogoney finish that when polished went gloss. tried to repair but I cant get the matt lacquer to dry without brush strokes.

Rob Kidd

hii have an antique dark oak gate leg table which has been damaged. a handyman used it to cut something on and has left some scratches on it. what would it cost to sand down the surface and have it repolished it is not french polished it is an oval shape when unfolded and is roughly 1.8m long by 1m wide. please could you provide quote by emailthanks

Georgie Le Neve Foster

i have an oak coffee table which I made in school over 50 years ago. the top is made of 3 pieces glued together and some of the glue needs renewing. also the top could do with repolishing to remove stains.

Michael Hancock

wooden table has warped in storage and the underside has posplit away a little. I would like to know if you can quote us a price for repair. e table is a french monasty style table and weighs a ton... the repairs would probably have to be done at our house unless you were willing to collect. thanks for your help.mat

Mat Murphy

solid light oak table has had the table top damaged by nail polish remover

Penny Fulker

hard wood dining table in need of cleaning and repolishing has some minor water damage. 170cm x 100cm with an additional extension. would like an estimate

Julie Mcintyre

dining table needs french polishing and two dining chairs need to be upholstered in new fabric

Anita Athwal

i have 3 original ercol pebble occasional tables which are a dark mahogany finish. 2 are very dark and 1 is a slightly lighter finish showing the grain more.please can you quote on stripping them back and french polishing to slightly lighter to be able to see the grain in all of them and match them up as a set.

Rachel Mozley