|Fig.1 Pocket tear|
Tools and supplies:
Pliers or Vicegrips pliers
Steal () wire
This umbrella belong to someone else in our community. The tenets were going to throw it in the trash. I picked it up and brought it to my patio and did some emergency repair on the aging patio cover and frame.
|Fig.2 Pulled off rib|
This post shows the nine steps to repair the umbrella. It's a way to make this umbrella last a little longer and shade my dog from the hot summer heat in Chino, California.
Step 1: Fig.1 and fig.2 shows the weaknesses of this aging cotton top umbrella.
Step 2: Click below for the parts names and description of an umbrella. "How to repair an umbrella."
Step 3: The wire was purchase at The Home Depot. Place the fabric on top of the umbrella ribs and place the ribs into the pockets.
Step 4: Use steel ( ) wire and wrap the wire first on the outside and move the wire ends and make it tight on the inside.
|Fig.3 Fabric on |
top of the pockets
Step 5: Fig.4 and fig.5 shows the steel wire start on the outside and is brought in and twisted on the inside.
|Fig.4 Wire Start|
|Fig.5 Twist the wires|
|Fig.6 Twist wire tight|
|Fig.7 Use pliers and Twist|
|Fig.8 After pliers |
push under rib
|Fig.9 The stand|
Step 9: Fig.10 job finished all the ribs have been strung with wire and now the umbrella is usable again.
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