Should I Slipcover Sofa ? ?

I love the idea of a slipcover but have never had much luck with them. They are hard to fit and usually end up looking sloppy on my furniture. BUT, there is no reason you can not try one and see if it works for you; you can always return it (I have several times!).

1. my cat keeps jumping on the sofa ?

i think it's simply that your cat finds the sofa more comfortable... just let her sleep on the sofa... i let my cats sleep anywhere they like.

2. what's the difference between a sofa and a couch?

Pretty much the same : ) See how sofa and couch is explained on the Wikipedia.. : )

3. Removing crayon marks from a sofa?

I would take the cover off the cushion if you can and put it in the washing machine on the soak cycle, it might come out if washed right away. I would not dry it though, let it air dry. If it did not come out then treat it like you would other stains with some type of stain fighter and re wash it on the soak cycle again before drying it. And again air dry it when the stain is out, drying it in the dryer will probably cause it to shrink and the heat will set the stain.

4. What happens if you lose a lighter in the sofa?

It is not likely to explode

5. Why is church sofa king boring?

Because all you do is sit down and stand up and listen to someone talk about boring **** and then you have to sing

6. I want to buy a couch or sofa?

Here's a link with buyer reviews. Check out some of the comments. Good luck!

7. What is the best sofa for sectional room?

I think check this link It's most useful to you

8. Gold sofa and chocolate recliners decorating ideas.?

What about the rug color?

9. where can I buy the spring for sofa?

At hardware shops

10. Should i tell bf to sleep on the sofa tonite?

No that is stupid do not feel bad

11. milk spots on a aniline leather sofa?

Try using Club soda, or even white vinegar on a cloth, the smell of the milk will become sour and you will be able to smell the spot if you just let it dry itself

12. why does my dog keep peeing on the sofa?

You need professional help. And Valium

13. Need help Choosing a fabric for my sofa...?

I sell furniture and the best is microfiber. It is very hard to stain and very easy to keep clean with pets. good luck!!

14. could my sofa couch cause me itch?

actually i do not have idea about Ashley, but if u feel itching, u can leave your coach in sunlight a day, and u can make a coach cover on it and can use it comfortably

15. help! my sofa is too huge for slipcovers!?

I hunted for slip covers once and discovered there are companies that will custom make them for you. It's very expensive thugh (at least I think so). I once ran across a site that sold overstocks of drapes and custom make drapes that were never picked up. These were super cheap. I got the nicest set of drapes from them for next to nothing. So, if I were you, I would hunt for someplace like that which specializes in slipcovers

16. SOFA status to permanent resident of Japan?

I am the other way around..i had a permanent residence visa here before i become a SOFA status because my husband is on active duty here in Okinawa..we have a friend he's a contractor too, got married to an Okinawan national & been staying here for almost 8 years now but still not a permanent residencee..working in for the US gov. wouldn"t count but he may have a chance of having one by marrying a japanese national but it depends on many things. .his wife taxes. .his own taxes. .his backgrounds. .unfortunately,Japan become strict on this kind of things..i hope this li'l info will help..goodluck to your friend

17. Cat scratches in leather sofa?

watch a football game no home runs only touches

18. Removing colour from sofa covers - with bleach?

Do not use bleach. Have you considered a product like Rit Laundry Treatment Color Remover?

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