Repairing the Strap on a Sofa Bed

One of the straps has broken on my sofa bed; how can I fix this?

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September 25, 20170 found this helpful

Step 1
Turn the sofa on it's side.

Step 2
Pry staples out holding the bottom cloth in place.

Step 3
Expose the webbing by moving bottom cloth.

Step 4
If the webbing is torn or decaying remove by pulling out staples.

Step 5
If your springs are attached to the webbing just cut the threads holding it if the webbing is okay skip the step.

Step 6
Start close to end of couch staple webbing to one end of couch at the bottom.

Step 7
Stretch webbing to opposite side of couch and staple.

Step 8
Cut webbing quarter inch from staples.

Step 9
Apply more webbing every two three inches once you reach other side go in opposite direction weaving through the webbing you already applied.

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Step 10
Trim off excess staple the bottom cloth back on.

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September 29, 20170 found this helpful

You might benefit from a quick fix like this product:

www.wsusol.com/p-731-spring-no-sag-back-11-ga-x...

I saw it on a site for fixing broken sofa beds-- might help you!

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