Teak rocking chair – Rocking chair seats are subject to wear due to the movement of your body move against the chair, causing wear or flake off the stain or paint. Restore the seat repairs damaged areas and gives the chair a new look. Run the edge of the utility knife around the spindles, where the pieces meet the seat. Push back on the axes as you lift up on the back of the chair. Gently tap out the axle with a hammer and punch center.
Lift any loose parts of the seat and location of both the upper piece and the bottom of the chair together. Apply a thin layer of glue to the seat and the upper wood pressed. Clamp closed the two pieces and wipe glue that ooze out with a damp cloth. Place small pieces of cork screw into each hole and wrap tape around the legs or arms of the chair. Apply a thick coat of paint stripper on wooden chair. RUB teak rocking chair with 220-grit sandpaper, smooth out any imperfections in the teak and removing an old stain. Gently push the spindles in the back seat by lifting the back up when you press down on each axis. Paste the new stain to the teak rocking chair. Spot the rocking chair, the same shade as the spacers and other parts of the chair.