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Woodmate 1298 Mr. Grip Furniture Repair Kit

by Woodmate

Price: CDN$ 8.78
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Product Features

  • furniture repair kit screw hole

Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number1298
Item Weight23 g
Product Dimensions20.6 x 10.9 x 0.8 cm
Item model number1298-KS
Item Package Quantity1
Weight23 grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB001B3FW1C
Best Sellers Rank #39,477 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight227 g
Date First AvailableSept. 6 2011
  
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Product Description

A toothy, flexible metal strip that grips tight. Just cut strip to size needed, place over end of dowel, and push into place. No glue or clamping. (8) 1 2" x 4" strips per card.


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Amazon.com: 4.3 out of 5 stars  16 reviews
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars repair wooden chairs in a matter of minutes! Nov. 30 2008
By Gregory S. Massie - Published on Amazon.com
I've used these to repair wooden furniture for over 5 years. They are easy to use, and no glue is necessary. The most difficult part has nothing to do with the product, but when repairing the rungs or backs and legs of chairs, you have to have every one aligned to push them or bang them together. I have found that using a rubber mallet is the best tool to use when doing this. If by chance it comes apart again, just use another piece perpendicular to the first, because the hole was too big to hold with just one. Again not the products fault. The repair was just let go for too long and the hole got larger as time went on. Excellent product, and highly recommended! I've bought many a chair falling apart and repaired them very quickly with this product.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Mr. Massie has it right. May 31 2010
By L. Clark - Published on Amazon.com
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No need to find the dried-out glue. Just use a strip of Mr. Grip, place over the open piece and drive together with the rubber mallet. Fixed as good or better than new.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars REALLY WORKS, AND SO EASY Nov. 23 2012
By pam - Published on Amazon.com
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I knew this product existed. There had to be something more stable, and less messy, than glue. With some persistence, finally found it. The absolute best remedy to keep loose dowels in place. Don't just order one package. Order many; for future projects. You will be glad you did. Found out my 85 year old mother ordered this product from a catalog. She also found easy to use, and a perfect fix. Don't know why someone reviewed it hard to use.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great product June 29 2014
By Squeegee - Published on Amazon.com
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I have been seeing this type product in catalogues, but felt it wasn't worth the cost. My chairs continued to come unglued. Finally I went to Amazon and found this little kit. well worth the price. I am 75 yrs old and female, but I put one together and it stayed fixed!
I'm loving it, and now I'm going to fix the others.
Dang! I just checked, and it is coming apart. Go figure.
1.0 out of 5 stars A Waste of Money Nov. 13 2013
By Tippa - Published on Amazon.com
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Didn't work at all. Was hard to secure the metal strips to the dowels and they didn't stick, s o my piece of furniture is still wobbly.