Do you have a rickety chair that won’t keep it together? Over time, dining room chairs start to get worse for wear. Often, they might still look good but they’re unstable. Instead of trusting your family and friends to sit on them, you only have a couple of choices. Either you can toss them out or you can take the entire chair apart to fix it.
Before you try out either of these options, there is a quicker solution. You don’t have to replace or extensively repair that wobbly chair. Instead, try drilling pilot holes and drive trim-head screws through the bottom rung into the legs of the chair. This should fix your problem without a lengthy process.