They are really good for items that have a lot of nooks and crannies or smaller items that you need to pick up to dust anyway.
They are not really meant for thick dust. So if you haven’t dusted in weeks and have a really thick layer…these might not do as well. But for regular dusting and touch ups before company…they are great.
You can wash them in your washing machine and reuse them.
Master Manufacturing also makes a great Furniture Touch Up Kit.
All of the furniture we have is old. The newest piece is at least ten years old. All of it was either inherited or bought at flea markets and most of it has dents and dings and scratches. It needed (needs) touching up.
I have used the touch up kit on several items so far. The old wardrobe in my bedroom (that my great grandmother gave me), the dresser behind the couch in the living room, an end table, and one of my bookshelves.
This is the corner of the old dresser before I did the touch up. And this is after. I didn’t do the greatest job on that. It was the first time I tried using the kit. It still looks better than it did before.
It looks much better after the touch up. I did use the filler on some spots but most of it was just the marker. There are five different color markers to choose from…going from really dark to light. I might should have used a lighter shade on this. Not sure.This is one of my bookshelves. As you can see it had a hole gauged in it. I”m pretty sure that happened the last time we moved.
This Touch Up Kit is really great for those pieces of furniture you don’t want to completely refinish. Or if you can’t afford to refinish it but still want it to look nice.
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