Doggie Damage

These tables were offered to me as a “fixer-up” project.  The styling on them is great and they are good quality.  The only problem is that Fido used them as a chew toy.  The corners on both tables were badly chewed.  I knew I could make them look good as new, so they came home with me!


I started by using Smooth-On Free Form Sculpt Epoxy Dough.  I prepared the epoxy and applied it to the corners that were damaged.  I tried to generally smooth it out, but didn’t worry too much about being perfect since this material is sandable once it has cured.  After 24 hours I went back in with my sander and reshaped the edges to their original undamaged shape.  (Always use a mask when sanding epoxy material).  Since the epoxy is not stainable, I chose to paint the entire table in Benjamin Moore’s Hale Navy.  I protected it with a layer of General Finishes Flat Out Flat Topcoat.  Adding some cute branch shaped drawer pulls painted in Rustoleum Oil Rubbed Bronze finished the look.

Now the tables are ready for a new life!


Hold my wine, I’ve got this…


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