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Having a bean bag chair in your home elucidates that cozy and luxurious look in your house. Many are a time when we want to relax and wallow in our thoughts while slouched in a comfy chair especially when it is a beanbag. However, damages such as tear seem to be unavoidable when it comes to beanbag chairs. Thus, it is wise to stay alert to remedy the situation when it arises.

Beanbag chairs usually feature three parts. The outer shell probably made of vinyl, the lining, and the Styrofoam pellets. When there is a hole in the outer cover, the pellet may spill, and the seat ends up not being comfortable and flexible. You thus must get acquainted with remedy skills to continue having the awesome services. Hence, below are tips on how to repair a bean bag chair once damaged. Do not get fussed about the situation since there is a remedy. Read more about this here

Locate the hole

Trace the hole on the outer material and then on the inner lining. Once you locate the hole, use some colors to circle on the area for easier repair. Using a damp clothing, clean the torn area as per the instructions. You can use some alcohol to rub the area clean. Thorough cleaning on the area might get recommended to ensure that the patch or masking solution applied on the area is effective. If the chair has lost a substantial number of pellets, fill it up through the hole or the zipper.

Cut a durable iron-on patch of adhesive fabric

Using a toothpick, push the face of the patch which has some glue up into the area beneath the hole. Move the patch using the toothpick until you are sure it has completely covered the area below the hole. After, plug on a clothes iron box and set to attain medium heat. You are to use the heated plate of the iron box to transfer some heat to the solutions you will use to mask the surface of the bean bag.

Using an empty container, mix different tints available until you acquire a color that is close to your beanbag. The mixed solution works best for tiny holes that cannot get patched up. Using the applicator tool, apply the mixture over the hole or the torn patched part. Mask the area until you are sure the hole is well covered and invisible. Take the grain paper and apply some pressure with it on the moist part where you applied your mixture. That is if you doubt the manner in which you applied the masking solution. However, if you are sure the hole is well covered, you can give the area some time to dry until it cures.

Use a hot cloth iron to generate heat to the heat transfer tool

Plug on the iron box until it gets some warmth. Place the smooth face of the transfer tool on the iron plate until it gets some warmness. After, apply some pressure on it and iron the grain paper used. Leave the grain paper to cool and remove. This leaves the repaired area impeccable and unnoticeable.