PACKAGE INCLUDE: 1 x sofa cover, 1 x free pillow cover, some foam strips or small cloth strips. Warm amp; soft velvet plush fabric, suitable for autumn and winter
PERFECT FIT: Small size is suitable for sofa length between 35"-51". Medium size is suitable for sofa length between 53"-67". Large size is suitable for sofa length between 69"-86".X-Large size is suitable for sofa length between 88"-114". Our sofa covers are stretchy to fit various kinds of sofas like T-cushion sofa, chesterfield sofa, leather sofa and so on. If you are not sure about how to choose, contact us and we will help you with all our heart.
STAYS IN PLACE: This sofa slipcover is sewn with a thick elastic loop on bottom to cover the base edges, come with enough foam sticks or small cloth strips for keeping the slipcover in place snugly
This basic slipcover is great for your furniture from spills, wear and tear. It is perfect for anyone seeking an solution for furniture decors. Your sofa can be changed every season or on every special occasion.
EASY CARE: Machine washable for easy care and maintenance, separately in cold water on the gentle cycle, tumble dry low, do not use iron.
Our universal sofa cover couch chair slipcovers are made by form fitting stretch fabric. This sofa slipcover comes in one piece which goes over the whole chair, perfect for your sofa / loveseat and chair. It can transform an old, worn out couch into the new stunning centerpiece of your room, also can update your decor, chamger colors and texture when you like and avoid you the costly investment of a new furniture.
1 x sofa cover
1 x the same pattern cushion cover
some foam strips or small cloth strips(Random).
Warning: if you have the big arms and the removable pillow backers for your couch order a size up.
how to choose the right size for your sofa
If the distance of the red line is 35-51in, plz choose 1seater
If the distance of the red line is 53-67in, plz choose 2seater
If the distance of the red line is 69-86in, plz choose 3seater
If the distance of the red line is 88-114in, plz choose 4seater
1 Free cushion cover size: 17 to 17 Inches( without the pillow inner)
1. Sectional or Corner sofa must need to buy 2 sofa covers.
2. Manual measurement 1-4cm error is allowable, please follow the "rather big not small" principle.
3. Please note that slight color difference should be acceptable due to the light and screen.
How to install
Steps 1: Pull the fabric evenly over the sofa，let the sofa hold down the four corners
Steps 2: Push foam or small cloth strips in spaces between the cushions, shaping the cover to the sofa and keeping fabric tight
Steps 3: Tilt the sofa up and find elastic ties. Pull the front and back ties together tightly and tie. Pull the side ties together and tightly
Steps 4: Put the sofa down and pll cover tight, pulling any excess fabric to the back
Steps 5: Enjoy your newly coverd sofa.
Warm prompt: -The foam/cloth strips may sometimes not work very well due to the different size of the sofa gap. -If too big, it will be better when you add more used towels or cloth in the sofa gap.
Hat tip to Duncan Young for this photo from Lavenham showing a building you'd never get away with as a model. He suggests subsidence as the cause of the wonkiness, but as the ground floor is still square, I'm inclined to the idea that the timber frame of the upper storey has twisted over time.
Whatever, caused this plaster must have been restored a few times as it's good deal less flexible than wood. Surely, it would have fallen away as the supports move.
Anyway, model this and people will look at you oddly.
One problem we face at TGBMRS, was the lack of electricity. There was a power point in the floor, but just the other side of an escalator. It didn't seem sensible to run a cable accross this, so initially, it looked like there would be no movement on the stand.
Then, an idea. 009 locos don't need much power, so could a 6V jelly call from a model boat do the job?
With nothing to lose, I charged up a small battery and took it along. After a testing the various locos, my "Tin Turtle" seemed happiest on the available juice, so it performed during the show.
The little loco ran happily from 9:30 opening, to about 3:30 both days. I did recharge on Saturday night of course.
A rough calculation tells me it covered a real mile each day - showing how reliable the Tomytec chassis under the Meridian Models body is. OK, speed was a little high, but you can't have everything.
Another battery, this time a 9V PP3 powered the LEDs in the car dealership. Hardly fresh when I first plugged it in on Saturday, the lights stayed on until the end of Sunday, including overnight as I forgot to turn them off!
Storage has not been kind to the boating pool on the Handyman Hall Railway. The varnish had developed long white streaks. In a river, I could have told people these represented white water, but no-one was going to believe me here!
It's a long while since I built the layout, but my usual method for representing water involves coats of Ronseal Yacht varnish. Lovely stuff, but slow to dry and I was on a deadline. As well as the yacht varnish, I always keep a can of Interior floor varnish, and decided a coat of this might just cover up the white bits.
The stuff normally dries within 20 minutes, but of course as I was on tenterhooks, it took well over an hour.
But - it worked!
I'm now wondering if I used interior varnish in the first place. Yacht varnish is slow drying enough not to show brush marks, and these are definitely evident. I wonder if I can get away with a coat on top now?
A few weeks ago, I gave a talk at the Model Railway Club on garden railways. This was both live, and streamed - and the recording is now available online, complete with technical issues. Hopefully, these won't detract too much, and you can enjoy my waffle.