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Help with metal coffee table fix

riessy
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Help with metal coffee table fix

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Hi all,

 

I am hoping someone might be able to help with ideas on how to fix a pressed metal coffee table. It has some wear on the top which o am hoping to correct somehow. See pic. 

it is only on the top of the table. 

Razzer
Junior Contributor

Re: help with metal coffee table fix

Hi riessy,

 

That looks like the protective layer coming off, thats what black hot rolled steel comes with from the manufacture. The light silver is the real colour of steel, the grey is just a protective layer that most people sand off. I used to work in the steel industry and thought the same thing when I first started. Which you cant fix it sadly.

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Jason
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Re: help with metal coffee table fix

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @riessy. We're really pleased to have you join us and look forward to reading more about your projects and plans. Please feel free to post anytime you need assistance or have something to share with other members.

 

Great to see you get a prompt response from @Razzer. Let me also tag @Brad, @Rusty-Saw and @r23on to see if they might like to share their thoughts.

 

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r23on
Super Contributor

Re: help with metal coffee table fix

you could make this work for you, grab some rust paint give it a coat or some brick cleaning acid give it a wipe to bring on the rust and put a glass top on to giving it a bit of patina

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