Refurbishing and Restoring a Wooden Wall Clock

Monday September 30, 2013

By Jami Delia

A few weeks ago, I picked up a really nice wooden wall clock at a local thrift store for only $6.99. Such a great deal! It was in great condition, but was missing the pendulum and wasn't working correctly. Not to mention, I wasn't too thrilled about the stain color. To make the clock better fit my style and home's decor, I refurbished it by giving it a new coat of stain and made some repairs.

What do you do with clocks after they stop working? Do you repair them yourself or send them off for repair?


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