from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To put a new finish on (furniture).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To finish again; especially, to apply a fresh finish, as a new coat of varnish or paint.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. give a new surface
I'm also thinking that any kind of refinish would lower the value of the instrument.
The average Joe might be using his garage to restore an automobile or perhaps refinish some antique furniture, but if you're a Conan fan extraordinaire like Samuel Encinas Garcia, the Conan the Barbarian movie has inspired you to build your very own Wheel of Pain!
Buy it ... rust is good camo ... you can refinish the barrel if you have to as long as the rest is OK.
If it still shucks good, then refinish the barrel, or buy a new/used one.
I might completely refinish it and give it to some kid who needs a deer rifle.
They got enough money to refinish a kitchen on their advance.
One reason is that using wax will make it difficult or impossible to refinish the floors with polyurethane, which will not adhere to wax.
The basement that he'd planned to refinish for his parents is like a blueprint of what was to be.
If you want to restore a uniform color to the floor, the only practical option is to refinish it.
There's a sense not only of home improvement when you build your own shelves, or refinish your own cabinetry, or personally roto-root your overflowing toilet, there's a sense of personal value.
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