How to Upholster Around Curves

An upholster, something that can give you the maximum amount of comfort. In fact, it also enhances the overall design of your room and makes it look more stylish. So, if you want to obtain comfort in a stylish way, I will strongly recommend getting a high-quality upholstery from the market. But the problem that every homeowner’s face is that the ripped portion of edges. The problem extends when you have a curved edge sofa. The stuff becomes relatively hard when you are about to fix the ripped portion of a curved back sofa. Don’t worry; in this article, I am going to show you how to upholster around curves with the ply-grips so that you can fix the edges properly.

How to Upholster Around Curves

I have chosen the ply-grip for this project. These are super handy and works like magic to close up your sofa. Once you set the ply grip, fill each hole of the ply grip with a staple. Push it right up against the bottom of the piping, and I really do recommend when you are using ply grips that you use piping as well. It is because it makes the edge a lot cleaner and crisper. Cut the end with a scissor once you know how long it is going to be. Make sure that you are not using the main part of the blade. Now that you have completed the edges, you have to now close the edges. Then you have to put a layer of bonded polyester on the back and then put a fabric that should be bigger on all four sides. After that, take a regulator and push that in between the teeth of the ply-grip. Once you complete that, trim the residual sides, and that’s it; you will be able to make your sofa good as new again.

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