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post #1 of 7 Old 02-21-2014, 07:59 AM - Thread Starter
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Are there nice slip-covers for theater chairs that recline? I want to protect my investment.

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Doing some Googlin' and found this ...

http://www.wayfair.com/Madison-Home-Stretch-Jersey-Large-Recliner-Slipcover-jer-lgrecl-aq-HYQ1038.html

Looks good. I wonder if those are separate covers. I don't want to cover the armrest (CUP HOLDERS!)

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Yeah. It's 4 separate pieces. Looks like a winner!
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Hey, thanks for all your help! Appreciate all the input! LOL! wink.gif
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I bought the slick textured plastic covers used to protect patio furniture. I got three tan colored covers a Lowes. They a large enough to cover my leather home theater recliners, and thick enough to keep the cats' claws from puncturing through the covers and damaging the chairs. Best $75 I could spend (about $25 for each cover).

http://www.lowes.com/pd_49831-89003-62016_0__?productId=3152321&Ntt=patio+cover&pl=1&currentURL=%3FNtt%3Dpatio%2Bcover&facetInfo=

Oh.... I just read the other reply. Nevermind---I wasn't thinking of covers that allowed you to still use the chair. I take my covers off when the family wants to watch something in the room.

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It could be nice to emboss something on the seat cover (if you're having them custom-made anyways) just a fun idea:)

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Ordered one of the slip-covers and it fits perfectly. Not too tight - not too slack. 4 pieces (back/seat/armrests) and all have elastic and loop ends to attach it to the chair. Soft fabric and not scratchy. Very happy with it. Ordered 3 more for my other chairs.

The seat part also covers the foot-rest.
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