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Old 06-04-2009, 02:04 PM   #1
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dinette cushion

One of the back cushions to our dinette is always falling forward and I am thinking of trying to attach velcro to the back of the cushion and to the side of our bed railing which is covered in fabric. Anyone done this or have any suggestions?

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Old 06-04-2009, 03:15 PM   #2
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We are having the same problem. I used self sticking velcro on the seat backs, and a screw in on the wood where the cushion rests against. It didn't take long before the self sticking velcro pulled off. The missus sewed the velcro to the seat cushion material, but the thread didn't hold. I will probably take it to an upholsterer so he can use thicker thread.


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Our dinette back cushions have velcro sewn to the back of the cushion and the back cushion support as well. Each has 2 strips about 3" long.

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