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Build A Backrest For A Plastic Rocking Chair

Plastic Rocking Chair – To build a backrest for a plastic rocking chair with recycled materials, make sure you have on hand: flexible plastic, needle and thread, awl, cardboard, Foam, string, hot glue, cloth, cutter, stapler

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Take plastic rocking chair: you will notice that has two holes; these holes will be useful later to lock the structure. Take the cardboard or the plastic flexible and surrounded the chair vertically in the upper part, in such a way as to recreate the base of the back to work on. Blocked spills thoroughly and if you deem it appropriate, given also a past of hot glue. Remember to re-create the holes, perhaps with the aid of a punch or cutter. Now with cardboard or flexible plastic wrapped to the horizontal towards your base around the perimeter leaving out the corners. Locked as explained above.

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Finally strengthened corners, in such a way that the back that backrest for a plastic rocking chair you have created will not fall. Now past the string on the holes and tie a knot. Take a piece of string end, so that you can pass it within several times. Even a strong cotton thread can do the usual function. Take a first round complete with a node, but not cut.

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