Recovering A Saddle

Postby lubie on Sat 25th Feb 9:43am

Has anyone recovered a saddle before? Any advice on fabric choices?
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Re: Recovering A Saddle

Postby Philthy on Sat 25th Feb 3:04pm

I did it with a plastic bag and duct tape once.
It was ace.

I'm sure that was helpful.
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Re: Recovering A Saddle

Postby el_booto on Sat 25th Feb 4:31pm

lubie wrote:Has anyone recovered a saddle before? Any advice on fabric choices?


denim! (charge have started doing denim versions of their spoon saddle, i have two and they're awesomesauce)

seriously though, an auto upholsterer might be able to assist. it's something i've considered but not been able to make happen
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Re: Recovering A Saddle

Postby lubie on Sun 26th Feb 9:01am

Found a sweet video that suggested using marine grade vinyl so auto upholstery would probably be perfect too
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