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how to recover bar stool seats

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Bar stools are a common feature of most bars, restaurants, and homes. Over time, the seats of the bar stools can become worn out, stained or torn. However, this does not mean that you have to throw away your bar stools or buy new ones. With the right tools and approach, you can recover the bar stool seats and give them a new lease of life. This guide will show you how to recover bar stool seats and make them look brand new again.

Tools and Materials

To recover bar stool seats, you will need the following tools and materials:

  • Fabric for covering the seats
  • Scissors or a rotary cutter
  • Staple gun
  • Staples
  • Flathead screwdriver or pliers
  • Measuring tape
  • Marker or pen

The fabric should be thick enough to withstand wear and tear, and should also be easy to clean and maintain.

Removing the Old Fabric

The first step in recovering your bar stool seats is to remove the old fabric. To do this, flip the bar stool over and find the screws at the base of the seat. Use a flathead screwdriver or pliers to remove the screws and detach the seat from the frame. Once the seat is removed, use scissors or a rotary cutter to cut the old fabric and padding off the seat. Be sure to remove all the staples that are holding the old fabric in place.

Adding New Padding and Covering

After removing the old fabric, you should add new padding to the seat. Cut a piece of foam padding to match the dimensions of the seat and glue it to the top of the seat using a spray adhesive. Once the padding is in place, cut the new fabric to the appropriate size with an additional two inches on all sides for stapling. Center the fabric over the seat and staple it to the seat’s underside using a staple gun. Start at the center of each of the four sides and pull the fabric tight before stapling. Finally, fold the corners of the fabric like wrapping a gift and staple them down firmly.

Reattaching the Seats

Once you have finished recovering the bar stool seats with new fabric, you can reattach them to the bar stool frame. Place the newly covered seat over the base of the stool and make sure that the screw holes align. Use screws and the screwdriver or pliers to reattach the seat to the frame. Be sure not to over-tighten the screws, as this could damage the seat or frame.

Conclusion

Recovering bar stool seats is not a difficult task and can be completed by anyone with the right tools. With the right approach, you can give your bar stools a new lease of life and make them look brand new again. This guide has provided you with the necessary tools and steps to follow to recover bar stool seats. So feel free to try it out and make your bar stools look like they just came out of the showroom.

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