Coffee Table That Lifts Up – Starting with remove the table from the coffee table base. This may require some force to dislodge the glue, a saw to split the wood joint or screwdriver to unscrew the fixings. Make sure that the newly revealed top of the base as even as possible because that is where replaced tabletop rests. Sand the top of the base and the underside of the tabletop to remove jagged edges or splinters. Line your right hinged up against the right inside of coffee table base.
Open hinge completely change its position within the coffee table that lifts up base until it is placed in an area where it can open freely and where the top of the hinge is level with the top of the coffee table when it is in the closed position. Mark position of screw holes with a pencil. Bore with a screwdriver and fix the hinge with the supplied screws. Repeat to attach the left hinge left inside part of the base.
Succumb base upside down on top of the table where it will eventually be placed. Screw both hinges to the underside of the table top with a screwdriver, so that they are in a closed position. Varnish or paint the recently revealed the underside of the table top and the top of the coffee table that lifts up base to match the finish on the rest of the table, remember that this will appear every time your lift-top table is in use. Use a brush.