French Polishing

French Polishing

French polishing for antique and modern furniture. If you require French polishing for broken or tired looking furniture, the experience and professional team with Furniture Mend will help you.

French polishing is the best restoration solution for wooden furniture in need of repair. The service is available for both domestic and trade customers, and can typically be finished within one business day. With the Furniture Mend highly trained experts, 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 quality shellac resin. The team offer their French polishing services for all types of wooden furniture including tables, chairs and cabinets to name but a few examples.

French Polish

French Polish

Get your furniture treated with French polish by experienced experts. For domestic and commercial customers who require first class French polishing to preserve their most valuable items of furniture. Ideal for both antique and contemporary furnishings, the French polish method gives wooden furniture a new lease of life, leaving it shiny and revived.

If your furniture is in need of repair or is looking worn, a French polish can restore it to it's original glory, and provide protection from future damage. A French polish is available for a wide variety of furnishings, including hard and soft wood furniture, such as chairs, sideboards and banisters.

French Polisher

French Polisher

With French polishing, the dedicated team can repair your furniture to a fantastic looking condition again. Hire a French polisher to revive your furniture. By employing specialist techniques and high grade products, the furniture team can restore colour, repair damage wooden furniture.

Every French polisher is fully trained and have experience of working with both new and antique furniture. The team provide top quality French polishing, which involves using tried and tested techniques to repair and restore wooden furniture to a like new condition.

The method involves washing back of surfaces, repair of chips and scratches, application of shellac, repeated polishing of wood, and waxing to a glossy finish. The skilled French polisher will have experience with a wide range of furniture, so they are able to provide customers their services for both antique and contemporary items, such as tables and chairs. They can cater to complete sets, or numerous different items.

Other requested items for the service include cupboards and shelving units. They also can cover headboards and staircases, so be incentive when thinking about which items of furniture to have a French polish. In the vast majority of instances, work can be completed within just one working day. However, larger items of furniture that require specialist restoration can be taken to the large repair facility where required.

Get in touch today to make your booking - all you need to do is fill in with the online form, including your contact information, the type of furnishing you own, and the details of the repair work required. A member of the team will then be in contact to provide you with further information regarding hiring a French polisher.

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Shellac French Polish

Shellac French Polish

Shellac is the material used in french polish and it helps bring out the grain of your wooden furniture. A shellac French polish can remove water, heat and ink marks whilst restoring the appearance of antique furniture.


Do the team offer a French polishing service for trade customers?

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

They are able to perform services at business premises at times that are suitable for the client.


Does French polishing protect furniture?

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

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


Is the French polish technique suitable for my antique furniture?

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

mahogany framed chair footstoolneeds a touch of ronseal or french reupholster in plain fabric

Alan Cameron-baillie

i have a small table which I would like repolishing as it has a number of water mars. do you have a local workshop so I could bring you the table for a quote

Lesley Beckett

oak 1930s dining table needs top and leaves repolishing may have been lacquered so may need laering instead heat marksone arts and crafts sideboard and two victorian chests of drawers just have the odd water mark to polish out oak mahogany please can you give me an idea of costs how to proceed I can supply photos

Carole Clarke

i have a large table with various marks and scratches not sure about repolishing. also have just purchased 6walnut chairs and would like them to all match table not sure of wood table is made of

Deborah Howell

french polish 3 pieces of furniture


strip and french polish 2 leafs of table 170/90

ted hampsteadted

hi, I have solid pine fitted kitchen in need of polishing/waxing

Sue Tracey

teak dining room table requires re polishing and repair of blemishes approx 1800x900

Maureen Dor