|Fig.1 Missing a foot|
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Nail polish - clear
Mrs black counter chairs has a missing foot. My service was near her neighborhood to quickly re-apply the missing foot.
This post shows the five steps on repairing this counter chairs.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows that the counter chair has a missing foot. Notice there is a gap between the tile floor and the leg.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows what the foot looks like, a round rubber bottom with a metal screw out the other side. The screw is mounted on the bottom side of the metal leg.
|Fig.2 Rubber foot|
|Fig.3 Placing the foot|
|Fig.4 Clear |
|Fig.5 Just a little bit|
|Fig.6 Applying |
to the threads
|Fig.7 Turn to the |
level the stool
|Fig.8: Metal bar |
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