Wood Worktop Restoration & Sanding Service In Nottingham

Are your kitchen worktops made of solid wood looking worn and tired?

Our team can repair your kitchen worktops in a matter of hours. We will leave your worktops looking great and lasting for many years.

Wooden worktops look amazing, but they do need to be looked after and maintained regularly.

Our service will keep your counter top looking like new and helping to retain the value of your kitchen.

renovating wooden worktop in Mapperley

Renew Your Wooden Worktops

It is simple and painless to restore worktops. It is more cost-effective than replacing. Nearly all damage can easily be repaired. You can transform your kitchen by getting the worktops oiled and sanded.

Our sanding or restoration services can transform wood worktops. Wood worktops look great and are timeless. They can also be damaged by scratches and dullness. A wood restoration specialist can help you.

Benefits of Wooden Kitchen Worktop Restoration

The worktops are then sanded to bare wood. To achieve this, you will need to use different grades of paper. This allows for a thorough preparation for the final step.

To achieve the desired finish, several coats of product must be applied. We work closely with our clients to get the look they want. All of this is part of our professional and customer service approach.

wooden worktop after sanding
renovated wooden worktop in Nottingham

Kitchen worktops restoration and re-finishing

You can just pour a bit of water onto your kitchen worktop to determine when it needs to be re-oiled. If water drips into a bead on the surface, your worktop is ready for action. However, if it sits flat, you need to re-oil the worktop.

Before reoiling, sanding is a must. Solid Wood Kitchen Worktops are not only durable and characterful, but you can also sand any stains or scratches that may be present to restore their original beauty.

Common problems with wooden worktops:

Discoloration and staining
Water damage and swelling
General wear and tear
Dents, chips, flaking
Scratches and knife marks
Black mould
Wood decomposition
Rotting and age
Acidic damage
Corrosive and caustic cleaning agent damage
Sun bleaching
Bleach damage
Stains and burns including wine, tomato and chilli purees, curry, tea, coffee and other food colourings, scorch marks from ovenware and pans

wooden worktop oiling
after sanding and oiling

Questions and Answers

Can you sand kitchen worktops?

You can either sand your real wood worksurfaces by hand, or using an orbital sander, but we do not recommend belt sanders as it is very difficult to get an even finish on the worktop. … Start with 150 – 180 grit sandpaper, and rub down the entire worktop, including the edges.

How do you sand a wood worktop?

Clean wooden worktops to remove any grease or soap scum. … Begin with 240 grit sand paper, test a small inconspicuous area for effectiveness. … Sand the whole surface in an even, consistent manner.Wipe with a warm damp cloth, allow to dry.Sand again with 240 grit and repeat.

How do you revive a wood kitchen worktop?

To really revive a wooden worktop I’d start by giving it a light sand. This is best done with an electric sander, but can also be tackled by hand if you’re feeling strong and have patience. Choose a coarse grade such as 80gsm and then go over again with a finer grade, for example, 120gsm.

Do I need to sand a worktop before re-oiling?

If you do not know when your kitchen worktop needs re-oiling, you can simply spill a little bit of water on the surface. If the water drip forms a bead, the worktop is ready to go, but if the water sits flat, it is time to re-oil your worktop. Sanding is an essential procedure prior to reoiling.