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I am refinishing a 100 yr old redoak table. It is round and has a two inch skirt just under the top. One end of the skirt on one side of the table has twisted by 5 to 10 degrees. How do I heat it to correct the twist? Is the wood too old and might break?
I have thought of holding it over a boiling pot and heating with moist steam. Will this work? Of course the skirt is in two half circles because the table can open to insert leaves.