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How To Replace a Chaise Lounge Sling

How To Replace a Chaise Lounge Sling

If your sling chaise lounge looks like the picture above, it’s time to replace it and give new life to your furniture. For some, this means finding a repair shop to get it repaired, and if you need help choosing the best repair shop around you check out this article.

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How to Install Double Wrap Vinyl Strapping on Patio Chairs or Chaise Lounges

How to Install Double Wrap Vinyl Strapping on Patio Chairs or Chaise Lounges

When it comes to broken straps on chaise lounges, especially the ones that come double wrapped, it can be tricky to try to replace them all by yourself at home. That’s why we got your back! Today we’re going to show you how to replace double wrapped vinyl straps on your chaise lounge.

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How to Measure Replacement Patio Cushions

How to Measure Replacement Patio Cushions

Hi it's Jeff with Sunniland patio. Today I wanted to talk about our universal replacement patio cushions we offer. Welcome to my shop! You can either watch the video above or read the summary step-by-step transcript below.

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How to Fit Rectangular Patio Chair Leg Caps

How to Fit Rectangular Patio Chair Leg Caps

Today Jeff is going to show you how to measure and install rectangular patio chair leg caps. Watch the video or follow the instructions below.

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How to Measure Patio Furniture Replacement Slings

How to Measure Patio Furniture Replacement Slings

When it comes to replacing slings, the first step you need to take is measuring the slings before ordering. So here's how to measure this so that you can order the correct patio furniture replacement slings online.

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Does Your Patio Furniture Have Dry Rot? Just Replace the Slings!

Does Your Patio Furniture Have Dry Rot? Just Replace the Slings!

It's a sad fact that patio furniture slings sometimes need replacing because they're prone to dry rot if left outside. This is particularly true in damp or humid climates when they are left outside throughout winter and have no shelter to fend off the elements.

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