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WE MAKE IT EASY TO REPLACE MISSING OR DAMAGED SPINDLES.
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Whether you are a first time chair restorer or a professional refinisher we are here to help. We believe that the chair you restore today will be a family heirloom in the future.
We enjoy turning spindles. A matter of fact, we have turned hundreds of duplicates since the start of woodchairparts. The only way you can have a spindle duplicated is by sending a sample to us. Look at the cost, send it to us and we will take care of it from there. Our fast turnaround and USPS Priority Mail return shipping helps continue you restoration with a minimal delay. We make it easy. Thanks Dave
We developed our site for anyone who restores antique or modern furniture. WoodChairParts will assist you during your restoration by supplying you with hand duplicated-furniture and chair parts. Spindles By Dave Steigerwalt specializes in duplicating chair spindles of all shapes and sizes. You can count on us to provide the best and fastest duplication available. Just send us a sample. It's as easy as that.
We also repair furniture parts by replacing the damaged area. This is necessary to maintain as much of the original wood as possible. Our lathe operators and woodworkers have been restoring furniture for many years. We have the touch that is needed to make a duplicate part or a repair look like it was made 50, 100, or even 200 years ago. What ever the age, we will do our best to keep it looking authentic. Whether it's a flea market find, a family heirloom, or a treasured antique. WoodChairParts will make that restoration a little bit easier.
Restoring an antique? Does it have missing or damaged parts?
Just send us a sample. It's as easy as that.
Important News. If you do not receive your spindles for duplication with in a 2 weeks time please contact us. Also please include a note in the box for shipping with your name and address. Also fill in the contact form. We get spindles with no indication who they are from. When shipping from a carrier store include a note.
What we do.
Chair spindles, Chair legs, Wood spindles, Spindle duplication, Chair back spindles, Chair parts, Chair back slats, Wood chair legs, Rocking chair spindles, Duplicate chair spindles, Lathe chair spindles, Rubber wood spindles, Spindles, Wood legs, Chair rails, Chair rungs
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Cut your cost sending samples by using "First Class" mail. Broken spindles and short spindles ship in a cushioned envelope.
Save money by not using a third party mailer. They charge you what they want for shipping your package.
We are always here to help in your restoration.
The holidays are over. I recommend regluing and fixing your chairs. Winter months dry out your chairs and open the mortises. This is the time to reglue your chairs.
Regluing is easy. Use a yellow glue. Ruff up the tenons and the holes. put glue around both and insert. If you don't have a clamp just make sure the tenons are in the same distance as they originally were and the chair sits on the floor flat.
Just a mention that I would like to thank all the restorers, experienced or not, that supported us over the years. We lost count of the number of spindles turned. The best we can guess, it is approaching 10,000. We are the best turners in the country. we are not bragging we just want to help and want your business. We could not have reached this number without your help. 2006 to date. Thank you. Dave
Chairs are priced pennies on the dollar. Now is the opportunity to buy chairs that fit your decor for a couple of bucks. The chairs that are real wood will last for years if restored. Try your hand at chair restoration. Maple chairs come in a variety of styles and shapes. They are a good chair to start restoring.
I am always available to assist you in restoring furniture. Fill out the contact form and I will email back. Sending pictures are a good thing. Thanks, Dave
|Updated 06/23/2006 to 01/05/2016|
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