How To Fix A Wobbly Chair

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how to fix a wobbly chair

Sometimes chairs wobble because the floor is uneven or because one or more of the legs are loose or because one of the legs is a tiny bit shorter than the rest.  Vintage chairs can be beautiful additions to your home, but may need a little TLC to make up for problems that have cropped up over the years.

I bought a very expensive wooden chair for a song a few years ago because the chair wobbled and nobody wanted to buy it.  My chair had one leg slightly shorter than the rest.  The good news is, there’s a super easy way to fix these problems.

Materials

  • Hot glue gun
  • Glue Sticks
  • Sandpaper
  • Screwdriver or drill with screwdriver bits
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Anne Davis

Freelance writer, blogger, DIY enthusiast, gardener and animal lover. Anne began blogging about her DIY adventures when she bought a 1930s fixer upper home and her first set of power tools. Follow the fun at Design Dreams by Anne!