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Thread: repair a broken leg on a nice sideboard

  1. #16
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    Thanks! The owner had her wall to wall carpet upgraded to wall to wall engineered wood floor covering (not to be confused with wood flooring), thus the snafu of tipping it to put the felts on, and the broken leg. The whole dining room suite is McIntosh. I hope no 200+ pounders lean back in those chairs. Her late husband was a furniture sleuth around Liverpool and Bristol. She told some stories that sounded like Roald Dahl,s Parson's Pleasure short story.

  2. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Bender View Post
    It would look better without those feet.
    Agree, five minutes with a brown sharpie could fix it.

  3. #18
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    Nice and thoughtful repair!
    "You can observe a lot just by watching."
    --Yogi Berra

  4. #19
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    Titebond original is my go to as well. No thanks to II or III. Extend is helpful. Dark is indispensable for some tasks. The Moderators changed the title of this post. I am not sure why?

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