December 1, 2022

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Upholstered Chair Repair with Broken Cross Rail – Part 1 of 2 | Woodworking

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The cross rail in this Chippendale style chair was broken off. To repair it, the upholstery needed to be removed and the chair disassembled. Watch step-by-step how to repair a chair like this. In episode 1, we show how to repair the woodworking. In episode 2, we show how to reapply the upholstery –

In this video, you’ll learn how to:
– Remove upholstery
– Disassemble a chair
– Glue up a broken part
– Install dowels
– Reglue a chair
– Smooth out repaired parts
– Stain and finish small areas to disguise the repair

Supplies Discussed:
Gyokucho Japanese Combination Saw –
Gyokucho Flush Cut Saw –
Titebond Hide Glue –
Antique Walnut Water-Based Stain –
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This video is hosted by Scott Bennett, Owner of Wooden It Be Nice – Furniture Repair in Brooklin, Ontario, Canada.

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Woodworking News Source: Fixing Furniture

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