Paint can (and let's face it, it will) get scratched, laminate can crack, chip or peel. Legs could break or bolts could strip. Many of these problems can be fixed with simple tools.
While some repairs may be beyond the scope of just anyone, most can be tackled by you with tools that you probably already have.
Chipped laminate can be repaired a number of ways, but all of them require some amount of skill. We recommend contacting a local flooring and counter store for laminate services. If you have some basic shop skills you may find repair instructions online. If it's a scratch or edge, consider using a marker or one of our paint pens.
Paint can be touched up with best results using ONLY Behr brand interior LATEX paint in the color and sheen that was used originally on your piano shell. If you're not sure what paint to use, contact us and we can tell you. Some users report that they repaint their entire (painted) shell from time to time!
Be warned, using other type(s) of paint over the original paint can cause several issues including permanent tackiness, undesired texture and other problems.
Buy practically any removable part from us to replace on your Keyhole, or find many of the parts at your local hardware store. Here is a partial list of some of the items you might need to replace:
If you plan to replace an item yourself, use care, be safe and follow common sense.
Contact us if you need more information about replacing parts.
We offer a paint pen in black or white. This is used to paint the joining edges of the laminate. They are available in black or white. We can do this in the factory for an additional cost. For instructions on how to use the pen, check out our video below.
Use and Care
Most care involves common sense, but in case yours is lapsing, these are some of the important points:
Use the link below to watch a short video on how to assemble a 30" Keyhole Mobile.
Use the link below to watch a short video on how to assemble a full-size 60-inch Keyhole Mobile.
The document below shows how to permanently assemble a split-body piano