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Question Getting haze out of finish

Can anyone tell me the best way to buff out a hazy look on some doors on a buffet. Someone polished it with something (don't know what) and now it looks like it is cloudy in certain areas. Is there a certain product that I can use with a sander and a buffer pad. Thanks for all your help!
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Can anyone tell me the best way to buff out a hazy look on some doors on a buffet. Someone polished it with something (don't know what) and now it looks like it is cloudy in certain areas. Is there a certain product that I can use with a sander and a buffer pad. Thanks for all your help!

There are a lot of variables with this question. You've got some kind of hazy look (no real description), maybe caused by you don't know, on some unexplained finish on a door, could be painted or finished wood...don't know really.

So, maybe a picture or two, or at least some more information would help.






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post #3 of 3 Old 09-17-2008, 10:41 PM
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Do you have any idea

what the finish is? That may give a clue to the unknown polish that caused the haze.
Like Cabinetman asked, do you have a detailed photo's? Photo's should be taken from several angles so we can see how the light reflects.

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