|Project by Greg3G||posted 10-24-2007 02:20 AM||1992 views||0 times favorited||11 comments|
As I blogged earlier, I open my big mouth and agreed to do some repair and refinishing work for the Dr who operated on my shoulder this spring. This is probably the most challening peice of the bunch. It is a display case he had in his office where he stored his Hole-in-One golf ball as well as several artifical joint artifacts he has collected over the years. (very interesting)
As you will see, I have already removed the doors and pulled the glass out of them.
Heres a summary list of the problems:
- The top and the shelves all have scratches through the finish and into the wood.
- One of the doors has a chip in the veneer about 2 1/2 long by 3/4 wide.
- Each of the bottom corners have large chips out of them.
Its the bottom corners that concern me the most. I need to come up with a repair that will be durable as well able to support the case. I will probably add nylon pads to the bottom of the case to help avoid this problem in the future as long as i can attach them securly.
(Please pardon my photography, I’m not too good with a camera.)
-- Greg - Charles Town, WV