Ever owned an old car, but the interior didn't live up to it's rep? Or maybe you just wanna replace that stinky old seat fabric with something new. Pretty much all you need for this project is a heavy duty staple gun, scissors, and about 7 yards of upholstery fabric to be safe. Our bus also had custom work done previously which called for some improv. We broke the process down into three simple steps!
Step 3: Staple time! Sit on your cushion and wrap the fabric around the sides and staple extra fabric tightly. Don't forget to make french corners!
That's it--easier than you thought, huh? Here are a few tips of things we learned NOT to do along the way...
4. Try to be as consistent as possible with the tension. We noticed some seat cushions were pulled tighter than others, which created an awkward un-evenness. Our second time around was much better.
And there you have it! Overall we got this project done in less than a day and the interior looks so much better. Now go pimp your own ride and give yourself a high 5! You deserve it, you handy-lady, you!