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i have dismantled an old box spring, but i seem to not be able to get the coil springs off the frame..

can anyone tell me how to do this?

thx in advance

Leesa

box spring
 
Posts: 395 | Location: Bainbridge, GA - Zone 8 a/b | Registered: Sep 20, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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here is a simple pair of end tables i made today. nothing fancy, i like simplicity and the rustic look.

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Posts: 395 | Location: Bainbridge, GA - Zone 8 a/b | Registered: Sep 20, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Looks like, from the pic, you might be able to get a flat screw driver under that one piece to pry it up? Is the other side the same...like hands around a broom handle?

If not, heat may be the only way to "soften" it to remove it.


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thanks Ms Karen, I will give that a try..so wanna keep them springs and place the other metal part into my garden bin for support.

Thanks again.
Leesa
 
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