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post #1 of 3 Old 02-25-2008, 09:13 PM Thread Starter
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weeble wobbles chairs

Was searching for help on how to remove teh wobbles from chairs, and I stumbled across this site. So i decided to sign up and view some suggestions on how to solve my problem. The posts that i viewed were very helpful and i cant wait to put some to practice in the morning.
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Cool moonbeam, just be careful not to fall out of that wobbly chair tonight until you get it fixed.
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wobbley chair

Not sure where you chair is wobbling from, but this is how I fix wobbly chairs. I pull the chair apart just enough to create an opening in the loose areas to get a needle and syringe filled with wood glue in. I inject plenty of glue into the openings and them useing ratchet straps pull the chair back together tight untill the glue drys. Wipe off any glue that oozzess out. You can buy the syringes from any animal related business or places like Tractor Supply. If you clean it real good, you can use it over and over. FOR GLUEING ONLY. just had to say that

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