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Introduction

This course is designed as a practical introduction to working on and restoring furniture and will cover many of the main areas and techniques required for repair and refinishing.

Topics covered include:

  • Appropriate tools

  • Dismantling furniture releasing and cleaning joints

  • Veneering and Marquetry

  • Re-making / repairing joints

  • Glues types, properties, preparation, uses and application

  • Cleaning old surfaces chemical and mechanical- the controlled approach

  • Reducing stains and water marks

  • Polishes Wax / French polishing

Materials

Students to bring their own pieces of small to medium pieces of furniture, there may be a charge for materials.

Assessment

Your tutor will give you feedback and advice. You'll also complete self assessment and homework.

Entry Requirements

No formal qualifications are required.

Next Steps

Progress onto our next 10-week course with us, or if you're interested in setting up your own business have a look at our self-employment and business courses

Important information

All courses run subject to demand and the content listed here should be used as a guide only. Course content may vary according to a range of factors such as course duration, campus, teaching staff and requirements from awarding bodies. Check our course and fee guidelines for further details.


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Where and when
Location:
Merton
Times:
19:00-21:30
Duration:
10 Weeks
Study mode:?
Part time (evening)
Days:
Thursday
Start:
17/01/2019
End:
28/03/2019
Code:
MACX112ML/1819
What do I need to pay?
Fee:
£ 165
International students: ?
£ 225
Materials fees: ?
£ 10

Fee reductions for adult short courses