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Pilothouse Upholstery fabric - by: Woodsea

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1 year 4 months ago #6761 by CBOC
We are thinking of replacing our 2000 4788 PH settee and captains chair upholstery. We like the feel of ultra suede. Questions:
1) what are your experiences with ultra suede? Durable? Stain resistant? Sunscreen compatable?
2) I've contacted Kim at Canvas Plus about making the covers. She has the patterns. I think a few of you have done yours. Experience?
3) anything else we should be considering? I think a few have added bolsters under the knees. Comments?
Thanks!
Steve

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1 year 4 months ago #6780 by David
Replied by David on topic Pilothouse Upholstery fabric - by: Woodsea
If your looking for information on upholstery or canvas I would point you to our great selection of videos at www.cbocmarine.com/video/video-2 or by clicking on our Videos menu item. There are some excellent videos on lots of marine projects from Sailrite. I would suggest contacting them for information on fabric and materials in the marine environment. They have great products and information for boaters. www.sailrite.com/

David
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