Published at Wednesday, April 24th 2019. by Tiberia Donato in Sofas & Couches.
Hi, homeowners! Furniture cover can change the style of your furniture in the blink of an eye or update simple furniture at a price cheaper than replacement costs. SureFit Slipcover is designed to fit your furniture and creates the illusion of a particular layer for a small fee.
Sure classic construction is compatible with patented, elastic, and fitting features that can be adjusted with the front corner seat cover. Following are the steps to install 1pc relaxed fit slipcovers.
Remove the one‐piece cover from the package and find the print instructions step by step. This product is available in both box cushion antique cushion styles. Place the sheet in the dryer on a short cycle with a damp hand towel to help steam out any wrinkles.
Hang the slipcover over the furniture using the center back and center front Sonnen labels for guidance in proper placement. Line up the back hem even with the floor. Locate the arm labels and align the contoured sections over the left and right arms of your furniture.
Line up the front skirt section of the cover across the bottom of the sofa to touch the floor. Arrange the arm height to lay even with the front and sides of the slipcover skirt.
If you have a tea cushion style of furniture align the pre‐pleated corners with the tee sections of your seat cushion and tie on the side of the furniture profile.
If your furniture has a smaller silhouette, you can move the front dart to the side of the seat cushion and tie accordingly. Tuck and smooth excess fabric into the back and sides of the seating area. Slightly lift the seat cushion and wrap the patented seat elastic under and behind the pillow all the way across.
Flowing fabric across the back section and plead any excess material and tuck firmly into the shoulder crevices. We recommend using sure Fitz tuck one's tools to smooth the fabric better and keep the seat cushions tucked securely into place. To finish the casual look close the matching ties using a square knot, a Windsor knot, or a traditional bow.
Finish by tying the back corners of the cover tucking some excess fabric into the crease. If some ridges remain on the material, you can apply the steam setting on your iron to touch up the surface.
Hopefully useful and good luck trying it in their homes. Thanks for reading!!
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