refinish

[ree-fin-ish]
verb (used with object)
to give a new surface to (wood, furniture, etc.).

Origin:
1930–35; re- + finish

refinisher, noun

refinish, refurbish, refurnish.
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Example sentences
Refinish old wood furniture and fix broken wood shelving.
If many areas of painted wicker require attention, you may have to refinish the entire piece to camouflage the touch-ups.
They generally require more maintenance than polyurethane, but they are easier to refinish.
It is not our intent to prohibit the purchase or use of refinish materials.
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