Wicker kitchen chairs are furniture whose popular technique has been reinforced widely used in the assembly of antique chairs, tables and other furniture. In the assembly process, these furniture makers use pre-woven wicker blades and if not weave wicker themselves. Remove the old wicker seat by removing the seat of the chair frame. Use a router or a drill to remove the old wicker, taking care not to hurt the chair frame. Soak wicker blades in warm water for at least 20 minutes. Wicker takes the water and put the fabric shiny side out at the top of the chair.
Pull the woven wicker kitchen chairs seat around using a wooden loom, continued pulling the fabric until firm everywhere in the desired location. Remove excess using a utility knife. Be careful not to cut the process part of the fabric must not, cut the margins so that it is no more than a few millimeters from the edge.
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Apply some PVA glue on the seat to seal the woven wicker. Take a break of five minutes to allow the glue to dry before continuing work. Press weaving wicker kitchen chairs and used a hammer to hold firm to the chair. Work around the perimeter of the seat.