I followed his video step by step. Check out how it went.
|My Goodwill find|
I had to purchase some materials, but I am glad I will have them for the future in case I run into another piece that needs some TLC.
Items I had:
Also, I had nice clamps because my hubby is planning on building me a farm table for my dining room. If you don't have clamps, get some like Ron uses in his video. They are only $.99 at Home Depot.
I apologize for the blurry pictures. My lighting was really bad that day.
Here is corner #1 after cutting it out with my utility knife and filing it down with my 4 in 1 rasp. I finished it off with some 150 then 220 grit sand paper.
Here is corner #2. I had a big chunk of this drawer that I was able to glue back on with wood glue before I added the wood filler.
|Completed corner #1|
|Completed corner #2|
|The finished piece|
Again, thank you to Ron Hazelton, for his easy to follow tutorial. I will never be intimidated by chipped furniture again. What about you? Do you feel more comfortable tackling furniture repair now?