Howard Restor-A-Finish Comes To The Rescue

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In times of economic uncertainty, Howard Restor-A-Finish offers home owners an easy way to save money. Restor-A-Finish makes it possible to restore furniture already in homes, Instead of investing in new furniture.

With expenses up and the markets down, it just makes sense for home owners and renters alike to renew the furniture already in their home, instead of purchasing new furniture. Since its invention in 1969, Howard Restor-A-Finish has saved millions of do-it-yourselfers their hard-earned money. Instead of buying new, they "renewed" the beauty of their own wood furniture and cabinets, (sometimes hidden under years of dust and grime). Faded finishes, minor scratches or worn kitchen cabinetry can all be brought back to life with Restor-A-Finish.

With its simple wipe-on, wipe-off process there is no stripping or refinishing involved. Restor-A-Finish works by penetrating the existing finish without removing it, thereby restoring the original color and patina to the finish.

So resurrect grandma's old dresser drawers from the basement, bring down grandpa's rocking chair from the attic, go ahead and purchase that worn looking armoire from the thrift store. Restor-A-Finish, a cloth, and a little TLC is all they need to look new again!

Today, Howard Restor-A-Finish is still a one-of-a-kind solution. Restor-A-Finish is available at fine antique, paint and hardware stores, and select home centers. To see a demo online or to locate a dealer, visit the Howard Products, Inc. web site or call 800-266-9545.


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