Asked on Jul 12, 2018

I have an old walnut piano stool I'm not using anymore. I'd like to

Mickie McKenzie WhitakerCindy

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  • Cindy
    on Jul 13, 2018

    Hi Mickie. I'm Cindy. The last part of your question was cut off. I am assuming that you would like to re-purpose your piano stool. If that's true, you could turn your piano stool into a foot stool. Begin by cleaning the piano stool thoroughly. You could use a solution of 1 part vinegar and 3 parts water to clean it with. Next, remove the legs and cut them to a comfortable height. Get a piece of faux fur from your local fabric store and a cushion and batting. (You could really get any upholstery fabric, I just so happen to like fur.)  Glue the cushion on the stool. A spray adhesive would work well for this project. Spray the batting and place it on top of the cushion. Put the faux fur on top of the batting. Pull it taut and staple the fur in the center of all 4 sides. Then pull and staple the fur around the entire perimeter. Cut off any excess. Reattach the legs. Best wishes.
  • Mickie McKenzie Whitaker
    on Jul 13, 2018

    Thanks for your suggestion! I like that idea.
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