While I was laid up all last week with that terrible cough that's going around I watched a lot of tv. Caught up on Scott Baio, Brett Michaels, Housewives, Dr Drew, Snoop, Heidi, you get the idea. And all of that was after I had exhausted HGTV. So the one thing I remember from that blur? Something about being able to revamp your vintage wood with a wood maintenance kit --no sanding involved!
But when I went to find some of the kits online, I could only find outdoor deck versions. The one that I saw on 24 Hour Design was specifically for a vintage 40's vanity (pictured). The kit didn't completely restore it but it made a huge difference and was relatively easy. The best part was the lack of a need for tremendous elbow grease. It seemed like a great option if you haven't been taking good care of your wood or just found a busted up old something that you want to revampp without spending the next month of your life.
Have you used a wood maintenance kit? Do you know where to find them? What was your experience?