Reupholstering an old sofa or sofa can preserve an antique frame and save a handmade frame that is difficult to get on today. Furniture is mass produced and can quickly deteriorate over time and usage. The frame of a sofa or sofa is often the most important part of the furniture because it determines value, comfort, quality and longevity. Reupholstering can also renew an old furniture and brighten up a gloomy room, while saving on the cost of buying a new sofa or couch.
– Remove the staples and clothing nubb from the couch / couch using sharp pliers.
– Remove battens from the couch / sofas arms, supports, and seats.
– Carefully remove the fabric from the couch / couch to avoid tearing off the cover as it will be used as a template for new furniture fabrics.
– Put new batting on the couch / sofas arms, supports, and pillows. Please down with a nubbie dress and hammer it in place with a rubber club.
– Put the old fabric on top of new fabric. Then cut around the old fabric, leaving 2 to 3 inches of overhang on all sides.