Damaged, stained, or torn upholstery fabric can make even the best furniture appear old and scruffy. With some help from furniture repair experts, you can easily get your torn upholstery fixed. However, with some easy DIY tips, you can fix your upholstery on your own without having to pay for the repairs. The methods of mending your damaged upholstery vary, depending upon the magnitude and location of the damage. Damages to upholstery can be fixed either by patching or by sewing them with a thread and a needle.
Let’s take a look at two methods of repairing torn upholstery.
The aforementioned methods are easy to apply and save you from paying heavy repair costs to professional repairers. Make sure, not to use a vacuum cleaner over the stitched upholstery. The vacuum cleaner might pull out the stitches, therefore a cloth or a soft-bristle brush must be used for dusting.
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