qwerty2008 Posted January 19, 2015 Share #1 Posted January 19, 2015 (edited) I have an old work table with a 2 inch thick chopping block surface and am wanting to fix it up and use it in my workshop as my current table is rather flimsy but it has been sitting in a leaky barn for the past two years and some of the boards have come unglued. So my question is what would be the best way to fix it?. The first option that I was considering was to remove the top and re glue it but I lack proper clamps to hold it wile the glue dries, ratchet straps would work in a pinch but I would need a flat surface to strap it to. The second much easier option is to drill holes trough the steel frame and screw each board down but I hate to do this as it would be a pain to disassemble and the table wont fit trough my door in one piece. Does anybody here have any ideas/suggestions on the best way to go about this?. Thanks. Lextin. Edited January 19, 2015 by qwerty2008 GLakie 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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