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Re: How to fix tables

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Maggie White (mwhite)
Tue, 24 Nov 1998 17:39:13 -0800

Christi Fennell wrote:
> Hi, I have the distinction of owning (6) 9' folding tables. I sit 4
> students at each table and hope for the best. I have been told that
> there is no way to get new tables but these are so bad that I need an
> inexpensive, quick fix. 3 are laminated and 3 have painted tops, all
> have been carved in and all causes problems when they try to draw on
> them. Any suggestions? I have thought about calling up a laminate
> company and seeing if they would donate or discount some new laminate,
> what do you think? C.


My tabletops are bad, too, too carved up for decent drawing. I ordered a
lot of 18 x 24 masonite drawing boards for the students to use. They can
be lightly sanded if they develop rough spots. Not a quick fix, but
something to keep in mind when you start to order for next year.