Dining room chairs with arms are the simplest upholsterer’s jobs you can find in your home. New cover can brighten up a dull room and update your furniture, all for minimal expenses and a few minutes of work on each chair. Just pull the old cover and staple it on the new. Because you save money on labor, find the best mulch you can afford, and do not forget to spray it with stain repellent to keep it looking new.
Assemble your tools. You need a powerful tacker leaf edges staples. The small curved claw-shaped pullers antique upholstery hammer shown here work equally well to draw upholstery tacks or staples. Bent-nose pliers are useful works with staples. Other than that, all you need is common hand tools. Find a large flat space to work so you can upend the dining room chairs with arms and cut fabric.
Dining room chairs with arms, remove the old pad. Most dining chairs consist of a seat frame and a pillow board is covered with padding and fabric. And attached to the frame with four screws in each corner. Use a screwdriver (generally a slotted or Phillips head) with a long handle to remove the mounting screws from each corner. Remove the seat and adjust the image upright so that the screws fall out. Pick them up and set them aside so that the cat can not beat them under the bed.