Chess is a game that dates back to the 15th century and since then thousands of families have considered chess a legacy. But with the transition from generation to generation, the wood wears out. To clean it up and make it look better than ever, I took our advice!
- Fine sandpaper
Steps to follow
First, carefully sand the wooden board and chess pieces. That way, the sandpaper will remove any dirt or time marks in the game. Run a damp cloth to remove the dust. Then use a brush to run the varnish over the board and pieces. Let dry for 24 hours. Finally, wipe with blem to bring out the paint well.
And done! Your chess better than ever.