20 Replies to “Thrift Store Rescue #2 / Mid Century Table Refinish & Reglue / Minneapolis”

  1. I guess I'm a little puzzle why your didn't go ahead and sand the legs and base while you had it all apart.

  2. Hi there:

    I have just discovered your channel. I'm hooked!

    I have seen several videos already. I am wondering why do you glue the legs right away. Wouldn't it be easier to work without the legs bothering you?

    Your videos are awesome. Very informative. Thanks for sharing. :))

  3. I’m curious why you don’t do the stripping/refinishing while it’s apart. Seems like it would be easier. Thanks for the videos

  4. question do you ever create your own style of furniture i realise the repairs you make on used furniture has a good value but id like to see your style

  5. It's too bad the restored furniture in the videos are only profitable at all because of the YouTube ad revenue. You should add affiliate links to all the products you use in these videos so you can make a few dollars more off of them.

  6. Love you’re videos. I think I’d buy everything you fix up because I love mid century modern…and you do a fantastic job.

  7. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and technics. Your videos are both relaxing, enjoyable to watch and educating. Could I ask if I could use teak oil as a prestain conditioner? As I can find prestain were I live.

  8. Very nice work! You've really helped to inspire me to follow my passion and start my new YouTube channel. I've only got a few videos up at this time but I have a question that I hope you will answer. Do you prefer gel stain or regular stain? Are there some projects that one is preferred over the other?
    Thank you!

  9. Question, how much time and how much did you spend on supplies to complete this project? Also, what did you as at sale for this? Looks great by the way.

  10. I guess imma have to start thrifting in Minnesota! What a bargain! $7 table! If see that down in New Mexico for at least $30

  11. Well done, both on the work and your good taste in choosing that beautiful table. Lovely restoration job and the design of that table is really appealing.

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