With upholsters, chairs will be not just ordinary. Above all, they will feel nice when you sit on. That is why a lot of householders have this kind of chairs in their dining rooms. Well, in such room, comfortable chairs are needed so staying in there while having dinner will feel great.
A very nice fact about upholstered dining room chairs as well as all other kinds of upholstered chairs is the replaceable upholstery. You, it is because mostly only staples and screws make the upholstery attached to the chair.
“Replacing the old upholstery”
The replaceable feature of such chairs, as a result, opens an opportunity for replacing any old upholstery with the new one. Can you do that? Then, how can you do that? It is not that confusing, you know, to replace chair upholstery. Thus, nothing is better than you replace it by yourself.
Only two basic things you have to do. The main thing is:
–To prepare the materials and tools
Only two materials required for replacing the cushions of upholstered chairs, such as 1) a piece of lining for each cushion and 2) a piece of fabric for each cushion. What about the measurements? Most commonly, a single cushion needs around 1-meter-long fabric and 1-meter-long lining to cover it.
And, as for the tools, 1) a stapler to push through staples, 2) staples, 3) scissors to cut the fabric and lining, 4) a fabric pen for temporary use to mark the cutting areas, 5) a tape measure, and screwdriver to unscrew and re-screw the upholstery.
–To do a few steps
If no problem about gathering the materials and tools, time to implement has just come. There steps of replacement are as follows:
1.Making sure all the things in the positions
This is the easiest thing to do. But, still check all the things because you’ll get confused if one is missing.
2.Detaching (unscrewing) the cushion
The first real action you need to do is to use the screw to remove the cushion detaching it from the frame of the chair.
3.Removing the old fabric and lining
On the detached cushion, remove the fabric and then continue removing the lining.
4.Cutting, attaching (stapling), and trimming the new lining
After that, prepare the lining, cut it, and then staple it, and then trim it using the scissors.
5.Cutting, attaching (stapling), and trimming the new fabric
The same things need to be done to make the new fabric attached.
6.Attaching (screwing) back the cushion
And, the final step is to re-screw the cushion to the frame.
Well, how can someone say it is difficult to replace the cushions of upholstered dining room chairs?