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Question DetailsAsked on 7/19/2015

Is there anyone who replaces webbing on wicker furniture that the cushion sits on in St. Louis area.

The cushions to our wicker furniture sit on a metal frame that has webbing on it to hold cushion up. The webbing has stretched and is no longer effective. Looking for someone in the St. Louis area that re-webs the metal frame.

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This is James W. in Member Care. I'm happy to help!

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Answered 4 years ago by Member Services

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Furniture Refinishing and Repair is your Search the List category - though if this is cheap lawn furniture, new will likely cheaper than rewebbing it.

You can also buy the webbing at home improvement stores and install it yourself - quite easy - would far more than pay for the cost of a hand pop rivet kit to do it, even for 1 chair.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD




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