Instead of hiding scratches, wear and blemishes in your timeless wooden furniture, easily and instantly repair them with this all-inclusive wood furniture repair and recolor system from Wooden Furniture Repair Crayons.
It conceals nicks and scratches on furniture, cabinets, floors, woodwork, paneling and more. Hide wood imperfections, nails, holes and scratches.
Just apply directly to areas in need of restoration and blemishes instantly disappear -- no time is consumed matching, staining and drying.
Colors are easily drawn on, so you can instantly see results eliminating the guesswork.
Standard Shipping (10-18 Business Days)
Extra charge for Express Shipping (4-6 Business Days)
Kindly note that the estimated delivery times are estimates and may vary due to external factors outside of Farertop's, and its courier's, control.
Worth the money for me. I haven't had much luck with markers before but these were pretty good. Used the crayons to fill in deeper holes and the markers to blend in scratch.
Worked better then I thought!!!
I restored a 40 yr old desk and there were some areas that needed filling. Can you see the scratches ? Probably not! These sticks worked awesome
The crayons filled in the gouges and scratches on my tv stand and coffee table exceptionally well. The wax cover up isn't noticeable to anyone except me (who knows it's there). I'm very satisfied with the results.
This worked really well!! My kitchen cabinets look new! FYI - Definitely read the directions and start with a lighter color! The colors end up darker than they look.
Great product! Only wish it came with more detailed instructions. Had the best luck by...
1. Use the crayon first (test on a small scratch to make sure it's the right shade for the wood)
2. Use the marker to color in scratch (go in one direction, don't scribble back and forth). Try to only cover the scratch and not the rest of the wood.
3. Wait about 20 seconds and, with a moist paper towel, aggressively wipe the entire area. You'll see the paper towel pickup the excess marker. Let dry and repeat, the last of the excess marker will come up. Pat dry with towel and...magic!
Note: only do a small section at a time! The marker dries quickly and is hard to get up if you let it sit for awhile.