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mileshuff

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Posted: 02/17/21 06:46pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The sleeper sofa in my 2014 Winnebago is badly peeling and looks horrible. Have heard having it reupholstered isn't much cheaper than a new sofa but will be looking. I'm finding there aren't very RV furniture show rooms anywhere. Everything is mail order and nothing in stock so at least a month or two wait plus we cannot look at what we'd buy, sit in it etc.


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Posted: 02/20/21 11:12am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

mileshuff wrote:

The sleeper sofa in my 2014 Winnebago is badly peeling and looks horrible. Have heard having it reupholstered isn't much cheaper than a new sofa but will be looking. I'm finding there aren't very RV furniture show rooms anywhere. Everything is mail order and nothing in stock so at least a month or two wait plus we cannot look at what we'd buy, sit in it etc.


A quality reupholstering job is expensive, but the material used will be much better than what came on the furniture.

Replacement furniture using the same material is going to have the same short life as the original furniture.

Gary


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Michelle.S

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Ours was also peeling, but reupholstering wouldn't have fixed the sag from the springs. Replaced with new from Lambright Custom Chairs of Topeka, Indiana.


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Posted: 04/25/21 08:50pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

MFL wrote:



I'd just buy a decent chair, at a discount furniture chain, and call it good.

Jerry


Great advice.

You *will* be able to call it *WAY* better than what you had previously!

I would call it excellent or outstanding - compared to factory original.

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