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my poor lil chair

Posted by shellybelly26 (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 2, 08 at 11:45

The rocking chair i did oh id say a yr and a half ago is starting to fall apart. It has been on my porch and really hasnt been subjected to alot of abuse but alas the other day the kids showed me a few pieces that had fallen off so is there anything I can do to save it at this point or just chalk it up to a lesson learned and use better stuff next time i think i used the glue i bought from walmart on that one and not the ge II. I really did love that chair though and i have had so many compliments on it so I would love to save it

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RE: my poor lil chair

Sorry it's falling apart, that's gotta give you a sick feeling in your gut, huh? I have no ideas on how to save it, but would love to see it! Good luck!

RE: my poor lil chair

So sad, but hey, you never know?Maybe it can be repaired or modified.
Send a pic so we can diagnose it !

RE: my poor lil chair


this is the chair it was my first big piece. where it is breaking is on the arm two mirrors and a few GGs have fallen off so far but i am noticing that it is brittle feeling like the glue is letting go. oh well if it all falls off I guess I can start over LOL.

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