Hi there, I am fairly new to the forum though I have posted a few times before and am a regular reader.
So in a moment of madness I decided to take on a large and crazy project - stripping and refinishing a Bernhard Pedersen teak credenza that some monster have decided to paint white.
While I have stripped and refinished many teak chairs before I have never tackled a credenza. Beyond the time and effort it is going to take there are two major problems.
1. The teak seems be primarily veneer
2. Its got tambour doors
What is best product to use to do the initial paint stripping? Also what tips or techniques do people use.
What the best way to approach the sanding/cleaning of the teak? 220 sandpaper or a fine grade steel wool?
Its probably a crazy task and I am sure it wont turn out perfectly but I am gonna give it a shot so all advice welcome!!