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Old 01-21-2015, 10:48 PM   #11
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With the casings unclipped, there were a few hog rings on the seat cushion. There were none on the back and it didn't seem to be simply to lift it off like a pillow case. I didn't imagine I would ever get it back on!
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I took the covers completely apart, was a pain in the arse, there were metal rods and I used almost a box of hog rings to put back together on each one

They could be uglier, the pattern is kinda neat
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