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Question DetailsAsked on 3/17/2016

where can i go to get my wobbly chairs fixed in union county nj

I have 4 cherry oak wooden chairs that are wobbly. All four have the left leg loose.

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Furniture - Refinishing and Repair is your Search the List category to find a vendor who does this and has good ratings and reviews.


For DIY - there are special chair leg glues and repair kits. Typically a glue, and a wrap-around synthetic or metal mesh for cases where it is quite loose and comes out of the hole easily. Be careful with the glue - stains terribly so keep under control and use masking tape around hole. Do NOT use these on antiques - will degrade their value.


And do NOT use a polyurethane like Gorilla glue that you use with water - will glue OK, but it expands as it cures so is guaranteed to ooze out and make a mess of things, and cannot be wiped up without damaging finish with the solvents. I use a hide glue, but I am old school.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD




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