If you do not, you could lose the perfect piece of furniture. The nice thing about flea markets is that you can always bargain for a lower price and better. Inspect the furniture to learn how it is built. Try to choose furniture that is built using wood joinery techniques. Avoid buying furniture that is held together with nails and glue. There will be pieces that are held together with carpentry holds up to increased pressure and for several years after the nail and glue the pieces fall apart.You're not only making sure that all of the drawers are built to last and open without any obstacles, you also want to make sure that the inside of the drawers have some sort of finish as well. check the wells you want to buy the furniture at all times. It is important to choose a chair or sofa that you feel comfortable. If you like solid chairs and sofas, make sure the springs are coiled properly and do not hesitate to replace them on a regular basis to keep you comfortable furniture.Cheaper drawers are connected to each other by a few nails and sometimes by staples. Dove-tailing is an old carpentry technique that shows high quality workmanship. So, look for those details if you want the best. You can treat minor burn marks in the finish of your wood furniture is easy. The success of treatment depends on how deep it is. If it only ends deep, fine steel wool wrapped around a few of your fingers rub the area gently.Always test the wells on a sofa by felt and explored through Springs upholstery should be close to each other and firmly. When you see something you like, wait to buy for at least 24 hours. If not the last item in stock, you have the time. You need to go home and see if the piece you are considering working in your place, and do you really want to spend the money. Waiting will help.