I wanted to find out if there is a way to replace the fill in my couch cushions so they are not lumpy. I have two children and two dogs that really take a toll on our sectional sofa. The pillows and the cushions for the back of the couch have zippers, which is great when you need to periodically need to replace the fill and clean the cushions, but I can seem to get the lumps out. Any ideas? Thanks a bunch.
I'm not sure if you could do this or not, depending on if you could remove the cover. But, my husband works for a factory that makes foam for mattresses, among other things and you can get scrap foam from a place like this for really cheap and sometimes free. $2-$4 for a cushion. you can measure one and maybe call a place that sells mattresses in your area and they could help you locate a factory, or possibly they would have some ideas. Probably even just a regular furniture store could give you some ideas. Hope this helps.
I purchased a new couch from Lazy Boy. On one of the cushions there is a lump from front to back. This of course happened after the guarantee had expired. Is there a way to rid the cushion of this lump?
By Ron D.
If the cushion doesnt have a zipper, which most don't, you will have to cut the cushion open in a non conspicuous area, straighten the area out. You may want to add some layers of flat quilt batting, then stitch the area closed with a half circle needle and button thread. You can also do this to the arm areas with batting and just re-stuff them. It works good, I watched the repair man repair several. Good luck.