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Question DetailsAsked on 5/6/2011

Environmentally friendly reupholstering

Any chance of finding a reupholsterer for our old but treasured sofa in a 'green' environmentally healthy way?

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Deciding to reupholster your old couch, in lieu of getting a new one gets you one step closer to going green. Eco-Green Living in Washington D.C. didn’t know of a green upholster, but said you should tell your upholster you want to use only environmentally friendly products for your couch, such as organic cotton or hemp.

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