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Old 11-27-2012, 05:55 PM   #16
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Could one redo fabric on this lawn furniture?


OK, Bob is not around anymore, so after looking around at some sites, new replacements are way to $$- cheaper to buy new, believe it or not (like some fellow members here explained). Oh well........Time to get the sawzawl.....

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Old 12-04-2012, 11:12 AM   #17
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Sorry to leave you hanging but its deer season here in pa and I was away at hunting camp for a week.
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Sorry to leave you hanging but its deer season here in pa and I was away at hunting camp for a week.
HUH?? Dont tell me- Bob is back!!!! Hey Bob, I asked my buddy for his sawzall, but I havnt cut them up yet!!! Now, any advice you have on this? A preferred website where I can buy at reasonable rates some fabric? Cuz so far, theyre all schiesters.

Also, will need help/steps to proceed to stuff fabric back in place, of course. I have an idea, but wiil realy trust your ideas first.....
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I found 1 site that might help. Patiofurniturerehab.com. They have slings and a video for install. I believe your furniture is made by agio. There is a video for that brand on the site. Hope this helps. Anything else you need just chime in.
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big thanks, Bob! Theres hope! Right- I remember seeing the tag on some chairs- Agio. I will let you know asap.......

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