Tips on installing original style vinyl seat covers upholstery Ford Mustang Mercury and all other classic cars. Includes using hog ring pliers, the proper way to cut out a small hole in vinyl seat covers [More]
http://www.front-porch-ideas-and-more.com/recover-outdoor-cushion-covers.html Don’t throw away old outdoor cushions. Re-cover them. I show you a very easy way that is a simple as sewing a pillow case. Using outdoor cushion fabric, I sewed new covers for our [More]
In this video we will show you some of the steps required to reupholster a back-to-back lounge recliner seat. This type of seat is used as the helm seat in Brian’s 1982 Regal 245 XL [More]
Wooden bar stools are practical, but do not always match the ambiance or decor in your home. Cover a wooden bar stool seat with a quality home decor fabric from Sailrite to create an aesthetically [More]
We’ll be restoring this ’72 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus with our line of high heat, performance paints! The restoration is starting from the inside out. Learn more here: http://www.vhtpaint.com/products/vinyldye/
This video tutorial shows how to re-cover dining room chairs with new faux leather / vinyl fabric from Sailrite called Ultraleather. This is a very easy project that will bring new life to your chairs [More]
How To Staple A Motorcycle Seat Cover! http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/t/44/54/277/1061/Seats-and-Covers?utm_source=Youtube&utm_medium=SeatCoverInstall&utm_campaign=Youtubevideos There are multiple different reasons you would need to replace a seat cover. Maybe yours is worn out or torn or maybe you’re just looking for something [More]
My acidental Purchase is a fairly nice seat cover sadly not exactly what I was expecting but it is good on its own merit…. Thanks For Watching Like and Subscribe for more random videos every [More]
In this video we will be recovering a motorcycle seat with a pleated vinyl fabric cover. Step by step instructions include; patterning, how to sew pleats in your vinyl fabric, how to make boxing and [More]
Recover your chair or bar stool without any special skills. EASY!!