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Re: antique chair repair?
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You can do this yourself Brewster. I always use this stuff on my antique restorations. It blends right in with the wood and makes a permanant, professional, invisable repair.
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fefe, now that's impressive!

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He does beautiful work.


Thanks Robin, but from the look of the website the price point might be beyond what we're willing to pay. Not to mention it's quite a shlep to get there!

Fasteddie, don't let the kudos for your "predictions" go to your head.


His prices are reasonable and the road trip is 50 minutes door to door at the Pound Ridge location. He does very Communipaw that does furniture repair. I think there is a thread somewhere on JCList with his info.



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His prices are reasonable and the road trip is 50 minutes door to door to the Pound Ridge location. There is a place somewhere on Communipaw that does furniture repair. I think there is a thread somewhere on JCList with his info..........

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Thanks Robin, but from the look of the website the price point might be beyond what we're willing to pay. Not to mention it's quite a shlep to get there!

Fasteddie, don't let the kudos for your "predictions" go to your head.


So you don't want the job done by "hacks", on antiques over 100 years old, but you don't want to pay professional prices and you're only willing to travel within a small local radius?

Good luck!

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He does beautiful work.


Thanks Robin, but from the look of the website the price point might be beyond what we're willing to pay. Not to mention it's quite a shlep to get there!

Fasteddie, don't let the kudos for your "predictions" go to your head.

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You can do this yourself Brewster. I always use this stuff on my antique restorations. It blends right in with the wood and makes a permanant, professional, invisable repair.
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He does beautiful work.

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We have a 19th century dining set from my wife's grandmother of which the chairs are ridiculously fragile. Has anyone used a real craftsman of this stuff, not hack? The hacks have already worked on them, and they've rebroken.

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