Haydn's Polishing

Haydn's Polishing

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  • Tafarnaubach, Gwent CF82 7ET
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Traditional French Polishing in Gwent

Established in 1984, Haydn's French Polishing is based in New Tredegar, Gwent and provides traditional French polishing throughout Wales and the southwest of England.

With a lifetime of experience and specialising in antique furniture restoration, Haydn Perry is a professional French polisher and wood finisher offering professional, reliable and personal wood finishing services and reputable customer satisfaction.

Why choose Haydn's French Polishing?

  • Antique furniture restoration specialist
  • Private and commercial work
  • Minor scratches and repairs
  • Stripping and repolishing
  • Free collection and delivery
  • On site polishing
  • One off and repeat business
  • Fire and flood damage
  • Insurance work
  • Free polishing quotes

French polishing throughout Wales and the southeast of England including:

  • Bath
  • Bristol
  • Cardiff
  • Cheltenham
  • Gloucester
  • Newport
  • Swansea


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French Polishers

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