How to Purchase Howard's Refinishing Products

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How to Purchase Howard's Refinishing Products
Refinishing antique furniture replaces the old finish with a new finish. (Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images)

Howard's Restor-A-Finish is a staple product in the antique industry. It's also the very first wood refinishing product the Howard Product Company created. That was over 40 years ago. Today, Howard sells over a dozen wood refinishing products. They offer a full line of products that are used on a variety of wood items ranging from antique furniture to butcher blocks. Once you decide which product(s) you need, you can purchase your product from an online retailer or a local dealer.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Review Howard's line of refinishing products. The products are listed on the Howard Products Company website. Read the description for the product you want to purchase. Make sure you choose the right refinishing product for your needs.

  2. 2

    Choose an online retailer. Howard products are sold through a select number of online retailers. Click on the "Online retailers" link on the Howard website. Click on the retailer's banner. This takes you to the Howard product the retailer sells. You can purchase the product through the retailer's website. The retailer will then ship the product to you.

  3. 3

    Locate a local Howard product dealer. If you prefer buying your Howard refinishing product in person then use the "Dealer Locate" search on the Howard website. Conduct a search using your area code, zip code or city and click "Submit." A list of retailers who sell Howard products appears. Visit the retailer and purchase your product.

Tips and warnings

  • Before visiting the local retailer, call first. Make sure the Howard product you need is in stock.

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