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August 5, 2019 Vintage

How to Repair Vintage Windsor Chairs

Vintage Windsor chairs in your home can really add a very traditional feel to your decor, especially if the chair is an heirloom from previous generations. Even the best cared antique chairs will need repairs and restoration at certain points in their lives. The most common problems are loose joints and a worn or matte finish. Before spending a lot of money on professional restoration, these simple solutions provide a try.

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Repair loose leads

Check all joints on the vintage Windsor chairs. Wiggle sticks, arms and back spindles. Also check the leg joints for any play in them. Place a small piece of blue paint tape on each joint that you think is loose. This will help you remember where the problem joints. Cut a thin wooden mold that is about a 1/32 of an inch thick 3/8 of an inch wide, and up to 12 inches long. Cut this piece into several sections of 3 inches in length with a hand saw. Plate one end of this thin strip using a heavy hammer. Just focus on the first inch of the strip.

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Place a small amount of wood glue on the flattened end of a strip and tap the loose joint. Tap carefully until it does not go any further. Vintage Windsor chairs piece acts as a wedge and the glue binds it to the joint as well as the loose part. Do this for all loose joints. After one hour, cut the excess strip in line with the joint by doing so with a carpet knife. Wash the chair with a cotton cloth moistened with warm water and a drop or two of liquid soap. Dry immediately with a cloth.

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