Oak dining chairs – No matter how well they are built, oak chairs eventually loosen over time and become unstable. This is partly due to the stress placed on the glued joints and partly to the movements of the wood itself in changing climates. You can repair most of the glue chairs and screw them back together. Even chairs that are assembled with screws will benefit from a glue application on all loose joints. If you are upholstered in the chair. The upholstery must be removed before removing the chair.
Remove the upholstery from the chair, if any. Work a slot screwdriver on each tack taping back and pry it up, then use the claw of a hammer to pull the tack out. If the chair has the flogging, cut it further with a knife, then turn the chair and cut the rest. Disassemble the chair with a touch on all loose joints with a hammer and a knock block. If some joints are still tight, it may be better to leave them intact to avoid damaging the wood.
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Use a marking system to identify all spindles and spikes before removing them, so you’ll be sure to put them back in the right places. If the seat of the chair is made of wood and has become laminate, separate the pieces. Repair the end of a damaged spindle by cutting the damaged part and sticking it into a new part.
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