Spring Cleaning Touch Ups & Repairs
March 22, 2016
Spring has finally arrived. Gone (hopefully) are the
days of treacherous roads plagued by that evil white stuff, frigid
mornings, and barren trees. Along with the changing weather,
comes the infamous and most dreaded event of the year: Spring
Cleaning. Whether it was the new couch you bought that left marks
on the trim in your dining room or your cat scratching the legs of
your favorite chair, we put together this quick guide to make
repairing your wooden features as quick and painless as
Step 1: Go through your house and take note of any
minor/major scratches, discolorations, or missing pieces of wood
from cabinets, furniture, or tables. Also, take note of the
color because this will dictate which markers and putty you may
purchase in the future.
Step 2: Order the supplies needed. Below is a
quick description of each product as well as the link to the
product on our page which also has a step by step guide on how to
- Pro Mark II - This wood touch up marker used to
refinish worn out spots and scratches on furniture, floors, or
cabinets. Our industrial formulated markers ensure that your
scratch will be no match for our ink.
- Ultra Mark - This is a paint/stain marker used
to touch up trim/doors/furniture or anything else you can think
- Patchal Putty - Used for small defects like
nail holes, miter joints, cabinet seams and much more! Use your
finger to fill in the hole, and then use a cloth to smooth it
- Epoxy Putty - Restore, repair, and rebuild
various types of wood and other hard surfaces. This putty is
a permanent fix to filling large holes, broken corners, and much
- Blendal Sticks - Used to blend colors to get
the perfect match for your finish.
- Fil Stik - Use the Fil Stik to easily fill in
nicks and scratches on low traffic areas. Run it on then
scrape off the excess with a plastic card. Can it get any
- Oz Polish (Aerosol and Cream) - Leaves a beautiful shine on anything
you polish. Table? Chair? Refrigerator? Sink? Yes. Try it on just
- Scratch and Mar Resister Polish - This polish
lubricates the surface of your furniture, helping prevent scratches
and smudging. It also repels dust, which is a very nice feature if
you ask us!
Step 3: Go through and clean the areas of splinters or
rough edges that may cause trouble.
Step 4: Apply products. If you need help or guidance with
how to apply, follow the respective links to each of the products
pages or watch YouTube videos here.
Step 5: Wait for them to dry and then apply a scratch
resistant polish (in the case of a touch up with markers, wait 2-3
days before polishing).
Step 6: Pour yourself a tall glass of ice cold
lemonade for doing such a great job.
Reach out on our Facebook page with any questions, concerns, or
even tips and tricks you've learned!