Removing the Back Wicker Dining Chairs
Remodeling wicker dining chairs by removing the back and reinstalling the new one is easy to do it yourself. Learn and follow the instructions to DIY the project. The wicker seats and backs of the chairs are a natural attraction to a set of wooden dining, but can be very uncomfortable when the fibers break and rub your skin, so you can rejuvenate your wicker dining chairs substituting back with a new.
- Insert the tip of the cutter in the groove between the ridges of the front of the chair. The streak is the band of wood or framed describing leaf wicker dining chairs.
- Cut the center of the rattan cane from the center of the chair back, with the cutter and scissors for basket to make more room to work.
- Insert the chisel rods into the next slot in the groove and move it back and forth to loosen the frame for wicker dining chairs.
- Make tiny holes spaced 4 to 6 inches (10-15 cm) apart on the ridge with a 1/8 -3/16 inch deeper holes from 1/4 to 1/2 inch (0.63 to 1.27 cm).
- Pour vinegar through the holes you drilled in the groove to loosen the adhesive and let it sit for 20 minutes to a maximum of two hours.
- Pry into the groove to loosen and lift it carefully and preserve chair unless you replace it with a new one. Clears all remaining Wicker streak.