This was by far one of the most time consuming and challenging projects I have done to date. This 1952 Bentley Sedan was being completely restored and I was asked to refinish all the wooden interior. The finish was extremely hard to remove because of the amount of old finish that was on them. I wasn’t able to sand any of the old finish because of the walnut burl which is on most of the front and rear side panels. These pieces of burl are at the most .020″ thick. That’s about as thick as a business card to put it into perspective so it would be very easy to sand through. After much patience and lots of repeated steps of stripping the old finish I was able to stain and finish the wood. This is the end result which I am very pleased with as was the customer! Enjoy!