Varnish and other sealers are used on wood to keep the wood protected from scratches and scrapes and stay beautified. Now, you want to change the colors of this piece of furniture or have gotten tired of a surface’s amber color, and you’ve decided to remove it entirely and apply a new sealer.
The easiest way is to apply denatured alcohol and thinners. Some finishes are alcohol-based, and to remove them, all you need is to rub them with a cloth damped with alcohol or thinner. A few minutes after you’ve done this, use a putty knife to scrape it away.
However, this works only mainly on shellac and lacquer. In other options like oil-based, you may find this not so useful. So for this, there are three ways I’ll take you through it today.