The ole Mojave sun ruined the plastic seats on these chairs. My fourteen year old grandson, Johnny was visiting from Northern California and informed me he had taken wood shop in school last year. So I challenged him to show me what he could do.
We took a cedar board that had collected way to much dust and cut it in half. I supervised him while he ran the boards through the planner. He then jointed two edges to glue for width. We glued and clamped them up and left them for the night.
This morning we ran the one board through the planer to remove a little unevenness and any glue stain. He then selected a 3/4 round over bit and I set up the router table for him. I ran the first one through and then watched him do the next two.
We finished with a hand sanding and two coats of Spar Polyethylene.
I thought he did an excellent job, I hope you do to. And best of all, we had all our fingers when we finished.