sectional sofa. Saturday , May 20th , 2017 - 08:03:19 AM
This involves use of a leather patch to cover the hole. Most times, manufactures provide a spare piece of leather and is usually attached below the sofa. You can use this piece for your patch work. Measure the size of the hole or crack and cut the leather patch half inch larger than what actually is required. Insert the patch into the hole in such a way that it goes beneath the hole. Now take some adhesive and apply it over the underside of the edge and press it so that the patch sticks well with the rest of the leather. The adhesive will require a few hours to dry up completely. After that, sand the area with a gentle hand to smooth up any rough edges of the adhesive. If the color of the patch is different from the color of the sofa, then you can use a dye of suitable color that matches well with the rest of the area. Finally, use the protective coat to seal the repaired area.
In addition, if you wanted to be creative, you could mix and match different colors and patterns. This would lend a unique personal "stamp" to your home dcor.
The price of a leather sofa depends on the quality and grade of the hide that goes into the manufacturing. Thus, a fine quality leather that is going to last a lifetime, is going to be pricey.
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