Restoring the Finish on an Older Piano?
I have a Baldwin Acrosonic console piano from the early 1950s. It was my Mom's piano while she was growing up; she now has a much nicer baby grand but I'm hanging on to her old one for sentimental reasons. It's seen a lot of wear and tear; it was flooded in Tropical Storm Allison but didn't seem to suffer any lasting damage.
I'm wondering what I can do to maintain and improve the finish on it and especially on its matching piano bench, which is essentially down to bare wood already. Mom suggests lemon oil and I do have some, but that bench especially needs stronger medicine. What would the experts here advise?
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