There is nothing worse than accidentally denting your beautiful Stovax wooden fire surround especially when the effect is a painfully obvious blemish right on the front of the wooden mantel.
You may think that it’s a complicated process of filling and sanding to get your wooden fireplace surround back to its natural best, but in fact it’s quite easy. You can, of course, buy many different varieties of wood filler for your fire surround in local DIY shops and building merchants, but, this way is cheaper and easier and can be done using things you would usually find in your home. As long as your wooden mantel or fire surround hasn’t split or cracked, the following method will have your mantel looking perfect again in no time.
Stovax have a large range of wooden mantels and wooden fire surrounds as well as a large range of natural stone mantels and fire surrounds. To see this range of traditional fire surrounds and contemporary fire surrounds please visit the fireplaces menu at Stovax.com.