restoring old tables.
Posted in the Restaurant Management Forum
#1 Feb 8, 2013
I have been given an interesting assignment by ownership. We have about 60 tables that are the old wood frame around a rectangular laminate covering that the top layer (the clear smooth coat) is worn off after thirty years of service. My thought is to peel off, since the glue is breaking down, or sand down the existing laminate and overlay new with a more progressive and current pattern then the wood quiltblock look. Any ideas? Anyone else tried something similar? With the slowed economy I'm sure someone has been faced with something similar.
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