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Taking Change table apart?

Posted by djf863000 (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 25, 12 at 14:27

I guess this should have been posted in this section:

I want to paint each shelves of the change table to cover the water stains. There are 6 screws on each sides, which i removed, but still can't get this table apart. I wonder if there is glue or something. I only have a metal hammer, so I don't want to damage anything. I tried to hammer with something soft (not directly on furniture) but still can't seem to figure it out how to get this thing apart.
I don't know very much, when it comes to furniture or wood work for that matter.

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RE: Taking Change table apart?

It is very likely the spindles are glued as well as the horizontal shelf pieces. You don't need to take it apart to paint it, at least I would not think so.


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