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 Post subject: Philco finish help
PostPosted: Aug Thu 28, 2003 11:08 pm 
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I have electricly restored my 39-25 and now the hard part - sprucing up the original finish. <P>I am realy new in this area and need some help. <P>What are the most common products to purchase to handle scratches, a small dent and finish chipping near bottom front?<P>I do not believe that it needs refinishing, just some TLC.<BR><P>------------------<BR>Thanks - <BR>JohnS..


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 Post subject: Philco finish help
PostPosted: Aug Thu 28, 2003 11:27 pm 
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These links may help<P>Cleaning <A HREF="http://www.allthingsradio.com/NewsLetters.cfm?Action=1&NewsLetterId=10&SourceId=2" TARGET=_blank>http://www.allthingsradio.com/NewsLetters.cfm?Action=1&NewsLetterId=10&SourceId=2</A> <P>Repairing <A HREF="http://www.allthingsradio.com/NewsLetters.cfm?Action=1&NewsLetterId=11&SourceId=2" TARGET=_blank>http://www.allthingsradio.com/NewsLetters.cfm?Action=1&NewsLetterId=11&SourceId=2</A> <P>Refinishing <A HREF="http://www.allthingsradio.com/NewsLetters.cfm?Action=1&NewsLetterId=12&SourceId=2" TARGET=_blank>http://www.allthingsradio.com/NewsLetters.cfm?Action=1&NewsLetterId=12&SourceId=2</A> <P>------------------<BR>


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