Swivel rocking chair – However, if you do not already have a porch or your baby is grown, the rocker may have less use. Instead of throwing it away or donate it to a thrift store, reuse rocker into something you can use. Using a rotating accessory and a base of the chair, a swivel chair can create your old rocking chair. Cut the seat of the legs of the rocking chair with a circular saw. Make the cut so that it is flush with the lower skirt point. The skirt consists of wooden parts along the front, back and sides of the chair under the seat. Sand the area with paper cut medium grit sandpaper to remove splinters.
Turn the chair upside down, so you can see the bottom of the seat. Either set it so the back hanging from the side of a table or placing the back of the work surface so that the seat is at an angle, depending on the working surface available. Place a flat rotating at the bottom of the seat. A revolving consists of two pieces of metal that have circular interconnecting parts that allow metal parts to rotate independently while remaining attached. Center the swivel on the seat and secure it in place with screws that come with the swivel. Tighten the screws on the wooden swivel rocking chair seat.
Connect the other side to a swivel rocking chair base. Place the swivel in place, centering it on the base. Turn the seat so you can reach the holes and tighten the screws on the base. Use any style you want to base, such as a standard chair, a wheeled base or a stool.