Woodcraft Offers Easy Solution for Preventing Holiday Furniture Mishaps

Injecting Briwax ChaiRX into the joint on a chair
Fixing a loose chair joint is as simple as injecting Briwax ChaiRX into the weak joint.

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Before unstable chairs or tables let you down when a houseful and family and friends are in the middle of a perfect holiday meal, go to Woodcraft for an easy solution to this age-old problem: ChaiRX.

For years, fixing unstable chair, table and other enclosed furniture joints required taking the ailing piece completely apart. Now the repair simply requires the application of ChaiRX from Briwax—no disassembly required. “Just drill a small access hole into the joint and inject ChaiRX through the hole until it squeezes out,” Woodcraft product manager Kent Harpool explained. “Then set the chair (or other furniture) aside for a day or so. The ChaiRX in the joint will be absorbed into the wood, causing the fibers to swell, which in turn causes the joint to tighten up and become solid again.” According to Briwax, the joint should be at full strength in about 12 hours.

Once you’ve fixed all your ailing furniture joints, two other Briwax products will help you finish prepping your furniture for visitors. Use the high quality, oil free, long filament Briwax 0000 Steel Wool to clean delicate woodwork and apply Briwax Original Furniture Wax to your wood furniture. A blend of beeswax and carnauba wax, Briwax wax can be used with virtually any existing finish. In addition to wood, it works for untreated leather, marble, concrete, metal and painted surfaces.

To purchase or learn more about Briwax ChaiRX, Briwax Original Furniture Wax and Briwax 0000 Steel Wool, contact the Woodcraft store nearest you, visit www.woodcraft.com or call (800) 535-4482.


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