Time-Life Books, 1997 - House & Home - 128 pages
How to: strengthen chair joints; cure ailing tables; repair bed frames; mend worn cabinets; remedy bruised and bent wood; patch veneer; reupholster furniture; cure a crack in a table top; reweave chair seats; restore a damaged finish; protect furniture with a clear coating.
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Pegs and Splints for a Break
Reweaving Chair Seats
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