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The chair is a beautiful wood, however when it arrived there is a huge product sticker stuck to the bottom of the chair that is put on with heavy duty adhesive and is difficult at best to remove. I have not yet attempted to remove it with a chemical agent, because I do not want to damage the wood. Perhaps a different adhesive on the label could be used or maybe not a sticker so much as an attached label?
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We love this chair. I bought it for myself. My Hubby who has a lower back injury and working from home tried the chair. He loves it. Only down side it was missing the hardware in box. I directly called the company and they send me the hardware. Which was nice.
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This is a great chair. It's stylish, well-built, and comfortable--and at a great price, considering the quality.There is *one detail* that's wrong, and it is very wrong. When you unpack the chair, the seat has a sticker on the underside of it, which tells you about the materials used in the construction of the chair. It's one of those consumer information labels from some archaic law meant to protect people from accidentally buying a piece of furniture that is stuffed with bear traps or something.That sticker is HUGE, and would be very visible on the assembled chair. It also seems to be made from construction paper and Gorilla Glue. As in, it WILL. NOT. COME. OFF. No exaggeration, I spent three hours trying to get this ****** sticker off the chair. I used most of a bottle of Goo Gone, had to BUILD a wooden scraper (hard enough to do the job, but not hard enough to scratch the chair), and then once I had scraped the sticker off in about 7,000 tiny pieces, I had to take the seat to the garage and experiment with various solvents to find one that would effectively strip the ridiculous amount of glue that remained, but testing in an inconspicuous place to make sure it wouldn't strip the finish off of the wood. In the end, the winning formula turned out to be diesel fuel and several cotton T-shirt rags. Don't try to use a paper towel on this. I made that mistake more than once.During the course of this industrial cleanup job, I split my knuckles, twice, and got blood on the seat. This cleaned up easily. What was not so easy, is that when a solvent is used on the sticker, the ink that the sticker is printed with dissolves easily, and then proceeds to get all over the seat. I was nearly, but not quite, able to get this off of the wood and vinyl surfaces. Don't make my mistake: your first order of business should be to wet a rag and get JUST the ink from the stickers off. THEN begin the laborious process of scraping off the many bits of sticker, and finally, use a lot of solvent and several rags to clean up the remaining glue.If I ever need to intentionally vandalize a piece of furniture, I will absolutely use one of these stickers to do it. Somebody needs to find the guy whose job it is to apply the stickers, tackle him, and chain him up in an unlit basement. Aside from that, the chair is fantastic. Once the sticker cleanup is done, assembly takes all of 10 minutes, and the only tool needed is the included allen wrench. The chair looks great, is comfortable, and all of the materials and construction seem to be of very high quality.