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5 Ways To Revive Worn-out Furniture

Don't throw out your favorite piece just yet!

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Whether we admit it or not, we all have a few pieces around the home that have seen better days. If we had our way, a single trip to the nearest retail store is all we need to replace everything—in reality, however, shopping for new furniture can take a toll on your budget. To help you out, we've listed down five ways that can inspire you to extend the life of your favorite items: 

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