How to Repair Loose or Broken Chair Parts Part 1
Master woodworker, Chester Spier shows us how to repair loose or broken chair parts part 1. This is a common problem that is easier to fix than you think! My settee is sitting in disrepair after our move. The movers pushed it into a tight spot on their moving truck and broke the arm. Normally, my fix is to reach for plastic wood and Elmer’s glue to make the repair. Fortunately for me (and you), Chester Spier is in the house and will share his expertise for a correct repair.
This repair only requires a few basic woodworking tools.
You can get the list here: arm chair repair You will need the correct tools to make this permanent repair. This project involves precision and accuracy for a perfect repair but don’t be intimidated. A little patience is all you need to complete the process flawlessly. Anyone can do this. The trick is having all the right tools right at your fingertips. It’s an investment that will help you complete other woodworking projects and repairs around your home. Chet makes everything look EASY and this project really is!
Loose or broken chair parts are easy to fix yourself!
This is part 1 of a step-by-step video that shows every aspect of fixing and fitting a broken wood chair. Chester Spier is gracious enough to share his expertise with us today. His method of repairing this wooden settee is applicable to modern furniture and antiques alike. This is a repair that will last for generations. This is not a quick-fix but a true, woodworkers reapair. Who knows? This project may inspire you to be a Maker and take up woodworking as a craft too. There is nothing better than learning how to do things for yourself. It’s what my website and YouTube channel are all about!