Eames fiberglass chair – Considering the age of many original Eames fiberglass, chairs that replace old bump fasteners on the chair base are often required. Replacing shock brackets requires careful preparation and observation, but the result will mean your shoulders.
Remove the existing rubber shock bracket and thoroughly clean the scalp base with a Stanley knife and sandpaper. The old bump fasten can break and break, so it is likely that the Shock Mount and stick residue on Eames fiberglass chair base or wooden matzo back. Clean new replacement shock mount so it is free of grease and residue. Lightly sand the circular surface of the surface to receive each impact bracket to increase the adhesion. On the curved underside of a fiberglass shelf there are flat circles indicating the correct locations for impact brackets in an H basic configuration.
Mix the two-part epoxy by squeezing a small amount of syringe on a piece of cardboard. Epoxy cures in a few minutes so it’s important to work quickly. Apply a layer of epoxy to the surface of the shock bracket followed. Use tools to smooth the Eames fiberglass chair, with coverage of at least 1/8 inch. Apply a layer of epoxy to the center of the circular area on the shell stolfoten. Place the shock carefully over the scalp base and press gently. Look for the epoxies sip out around the perimeter of the shock mount. A small, even circumference epoxy should be visible, otherwise it may not have applied enough epoxy and the shock the bracket cannot be stable when it dries.