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Other Chair repair

Discussion in 'General' started by CrapBag, 29 Nov 2019.

  1. CrapBag

    CrapBag Well-Known Member

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    What would be the best way to repair this chair (if actually possible).

    I'm not going to be undoing stitching or anything but I wondered if there was some sort of kit to made spray some sort of vinyl on to it as the material underneath is intact.

     
  2. edzieba

    edzieba Virtual Realist

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    That pleather's poked. Either you're going to be undoing stitching, or you may as well just wrap a cover over the top.
     
  3. Jeff Hine

    Jeff Hine Nothing special

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    WTF did that...? Is that progressive or all in one shot?

    Bad news - reupholstered...
    Equally bad news, if not worse - replacement chair.

    EDIT:
    Is that the a**e end or the head end...?!
     
  4. Mr_Mistoffelees

    Mr_Mistoffelees The Lunatic on the Grass.

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    Too much farting, perchance?
     
  5. CrapBag

    CrapBag Well-Known Member

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    No idea I picked it up local for free, its the groin area so to speak.

    The rest of the chair is in good nick.

    My daughter needs an office chair so I thought it would do until I found something better, was just checking to see if there was a cheap fix for now.
     
  6. Osgeld

    Osgeld Active Member

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    Duct tape
     
  7. wolfticket

    wolfticket Downwind from the bloodhounds

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    The other option would be to glue a patch over the damage. Try looking for a leather/vinyl repair kit. I not sure if they would handle such a large area.
     
  9. silk186

    silk186 Derp

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    you could glue on a denim patch, it might look decent and wear better.

    Was it degraded by corrosive crotch fluids?
     

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