Removing the Back Wicker Dining Chairs

The wicker dining chairs backs and seats of the chairs are a natural attraction to a wooden dining set. Cutter tip inserted in the groove between the grooves of the front of the chair. The streak is the side of the timber described or framed leaf wicker. Spend the knife around the inside and outside of the slots to loosen knurled paint or varnish covering the chair. Cut the center of the rattan cane from the center of the chair back, with cutter and scissors to basketry to create more room to work.

Wicker dining chairs insert the chisel rods into the next slot in the groove and move it back and forth to loosen the frame. There may be varnish or paint with the groove in place, so you’ll have to loosen tapping the chisel with the hammer and pry and chisel moving around the frame. Can you achieve eliminate it entirely without using the drill. Make tiny holes spaced 4 to 6 inches (10-15 cm) apart on the groove with a 1/8 to 3/16 inch and deeper holes from 1/4 to 1/2 inch (0.63 to 1.27 cm). The holes should be made ​​on the ridge, but on the wooden chair.

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