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Old 10-08-2017, 08:09 PM   #1
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does anyone make pre made seat covers for an older hilo for the fold up couch and dining room cushions?....
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Use an upholstery shop. Or go to a fabric store and see if anyone has a card on a bulletin board that they do this type of work.
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I had planned to recover my own then started looking at other options. I ordered a full set of cushions from rvandvansurplus.com. Great quality for $325. Just sharing for price comparisons.
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You probably will get a better quality cushion than the original one. You even get to pick out the thickness and firmness that you like.
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If your handy, you can do it yourself. Not hard at all. But, you will need to buy a "hog nosed pliers" and hog rings. Cheap at the depot. Bamboo flooring was salvaged from a flip house. But it's the GOOD stuff, 12mm, tongue & groove.
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Good grief that looks nice Tree.
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...But, you will need to buy a "hog nosed pliers" and hog rings.
My tool/hardware list is growing!

Great job, Tree! Love the colorful chevrons (fancy word for zigzags).
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just only bought a sample it's 63" x yd or 2 for 5 bucks free ship pretty heavy material too!
i'm gonna try using a snap kit on mine. also baby crib matress covers will work on big cushions in back! also can modify them for back cusions! got my sample material alread its not expensive! getting a used single push in step for $25 bucks friday!
i'musing dilapidated wood bench now to step up on.
hey Tree looks great! doubt mine will turn out that nice! good job.
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Thanks, Mike. Take your time, you'll be okay.
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