Surefit Sure Fit Sofa Furniture Friend, Linen
|Price:||2,590.91 + 2,171.33 Delivery charge|
|Inclusive of all taxes|
- All over diamond pattern quilt stitch woven fabric.
- One-piece design drapes easily over the seat back & arms. Tuck flaps into the seat area at side and back.
- Protects furniture from pet hair & stains
- Measurement points for the best fit chair up to 24" width by 37" length arm to arm
- 100-percent cotton
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Here's what I have done to make this work for me: First I went to the big blue box and got some of that rubberized shelf liner. I have found it works great as a light weight area rug anti skid mat. Keeps rugs from slipping when their sprayed on latex backing is long gone but the rug surface is still good.
I sewed a long strip to each end of the seat cushion part and tacked it along the edges of the seat part to keep the rubber mat in place. (yes, I sew) Then I cut pieces for both arm sections and a long piece to go across the top of the couch. This keeps the cotton duck mat in place for the most part. However, as a back up, I also got some of those curled upholstery pins and put one on each of the corners to secure the cover. I added a little "give" to compensate for the weight of the dogs that consider this sofa theirs, so the pins would not pull out.
Works like a charm. It is pathetic that I had to go to this much trouble to get a product to perform as it was designed. I had just used a king size sheet before but it was too thin given the frequency of muddy feet with red Georgia clay all over them.
I'll update this review as time progresses and the cover is laundered. But so far, so good with a lot of tweaking!
I am very satisfied with this purchase and totally happy to finally toss out my make shift cover. With this cover on, my couch still retains its clean look. Not cheesy/cheap looking.
Perhaps the reason for the negative reviews are based on the type of couch you have and obviously, your expectations at the price point. If you want thicker material because you are expecting heavy use or you have a big dog or numerous pets, then I suggest to look for something that will accommodate your needs and pay a little more.
This particular item is perfect if you just have a small dog/small pet and somewhat minimal to average daily use, then this fits the bill. I uploaded some images of my couch so I hope that helps your decision to buy or not to buy.
The cover is reminiscent of the furniture wraps used by moving companies: sturdy quilt with a reinforced hem but much lighter weight. It has a white, tyvek-like backing which is likely where the waterproofing comes from (and it is). The cats have decided that the new "blankie" is a great homage to their superiority and now fight over it. I wanted something that could be easily removed and trap the debris they leave behind. This also was a success, just fold in the arms and then the back and front and give it a shake outside.
It does slip, especially on the smooth leather, but we think we have solved the problem. We only need the back to be "cat high" so since we have a separate footstool, we put it on upside down with the longer "back" on the seat/footstool area. It drapes over the footstool without touching the floor. Using the "seat" for the back allows us to fold it in on itself so that it only goes up the back of the chair about 8" or so. This forms a cat-sized pocket on the seat that stays in place pretty well as long as the "arms" are tucked in to stay in place. We are considering a cardboard insert for the folded back held in place with snaps so that it won't sag.
All in all, not a bad purchase. The overall size is a bit larger than we needed, but one size fits all... The stitching had one or two loose ends that we trimmed. Time will tell with overall quality/durability but for the price that is a minor detail. We bought three more, for the other chair and laundry day.
The price was now under $20 each, what's not to like?