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And it definitely looks a heck of a lot better than this beast.The process that I used is really pretty easy and straightforward. On the first coat, I mixed up my paint, fabric medium, and water in a 2:2:1 ratio (2 parts paint, 2 parts fabric medium, 1 part water).To paint the skirt, I found a scrap piece of MDF, and just slid it behind the skirt.This made it so much easier than trying to hold the skirt in one hand and painting with the other.If your questions aren’t addressed here, feel free to contact our support staff at [email protected]
So my mixture was 1 cup of Stepping Stones, 1 cup of Polar Bear, and 2 cups of fabric medium. Here’s how the seat cushions looked with a second coat.Slipcover: Custom Klippan sofa slipcover available from Comfort Works Cool Factor: Modern and minimalist look, stylish and has very comfy seats.Ugh Factor: Not so comfortable low back (same height with arms) which is not for everyone.The only other thing I did was sand the sofa after the third coat, because the fabric does seem to feel rougher with each new coat.
Sanding it made it smooth again, and also seemed to soften it up some. But the good thing the first coat takes the longest, and each subsequent coat seems to take less time than the previous coat.
) reupholstering this thing was less than thrilling to me. But I can’t just go out and buy a new sofa right now. I started with this tutorial from Hyphen Interiors, and then read about Kristi’s experience here, and then used their info, made my own tweaks to the process, and wound up here.