Re-upholstery

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Shrimp, Oct 18, 2016.

  1. Shrimp

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    I'm sure this has been done before-but-I'm vaguely thinking of re covering the seats etc in the Hymer (not myself) we have a white JR what material is best-not leather!
     
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  3. Ed0812

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    Have just collected our recovered seats and cushions. What a difference and a cracking job.
    The old fabric looked tired and marked easily. We have two dogs who although not allowed on the settee etc do brush against them and if we are out of the van d jump up to look out. The new fabric is faux leather and so easy to keep clean.
    If you need recover or re upholstering for you van and live anywhere near Falkirk in Scotland try Crawford Hunter in Ladywell trading estate.
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