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TedP wrote: ↑Mon Nov 25, 2019 9:16 pm The mooring cover is in process . . .
So far, I have made a large piece (16' 3" x 9' 6") out of four (4) 60" wide panels of Sunbrella.
Next steps will be to trim it to the shape of the existing cover + 2" hem. I have 1" wide webbing to use in the perimeter hem.
Looking Good. I also noticed that your hutch and chairs look just like my dining room furniture. Just a side note.
John wrote: ↑Mon Jan 06, 2020 12:45 amAs for the steam . . . I am putting a towel over the cover and then pouring boiling hot water on the towel. Although it is after the vinyl is installed, it seems to take out some of the wrinkles. Not sure if that is a 'prescribed' method or not.
One tip I have for you is to steam your covers before installing. A lot of the wrinkles your having trouble with will relax and stretch out with steam. Especially around the seams this will help a lot.
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