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vgray20

05:35PM | 03/30/04
Member Since: 03/29/04
1 lifetime posts
Bvmoney
My 15+ yr. old redwood patio furniture has a type of "spring" grid that needs replacement. The cushions sit on top of the grid. Anyone know where they can be purchased?

dready

01:19PM | 06/21/04
Member Since: 06/20/04
1 lifetime posts
Hello,

I too am looking for the springs and metal strips for my old redwood furniture. I would sure appreciate it if you can tell me if you have found these and where to get them from.

I have a nice old lounge and summer is here!

Thanks,

Drew

Please email me directly:

drew_ready@csumb.edu

irenehaas

12:01PM | 04/26/08
Member Since: 04/25/08
1 lifetime posts
Hi

My furniture is almost 40 years ago and perfect - except for the metal slats and springs.

I have been able to find the springs at a hardware store, but cannot find the metal slats.

Have you had any luck in all this time?

Thanks.

Irene

tinkertons

11:18AM | 05/27/08
Member Since: 05/26/08
1 lifetime posts
Look up metal fabricators in your yellow pages, find one that will do small orders in stainless steel. Take them samples of the orginal.

Most of the small shops will love the business.

Good luck!

BV000724

08:11AM | 04/01/13
Does anyone know where to purchase these style of chair. I've had them for years and have dozens of wood screws in them to keep them going. But can't find replacements. Love em.

Thanks

BV001607

11:00AM | 07/19/13
You can find this material at concrete supply stores. It comes in 500' rolls and is used in the construction trade by almost every company I know of. It is called "banding", and is used to hold lumber together. It is very hard and you may need a punch to make the holes in each end. It also does not rust. I'm sure you could also just go to a construction site and ask for 30'.
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