Indian wooden furniture, like any other furniture, is prone to damages. In general, wooden furniture often suffers from gouges, splits, minor cracks and broken or chipped sections. Many a times, porous wood like maple can become cracked and dry. Maple, however, isn’t much used in the making of Indian furniture. In southern India, where the climate is tropical and the temperature humid, wooden furniture can warp easily. Besides, cosmetic flaws can also damage Indian furniture. These include peeling of the paint and melting of the varnish. It’s not impossible to repair your damaged Indian wooden furniture and restore it to good condition. It only requires a bit of care.
Before commencing the actual restoration process, transport the furniture to a dry outdoor section if weather permits. Open up all the windows to ensure ventilation if you find that the piece of furniture is too big to be moved outside. Place some old newspapers on the floor for protecting it from wo