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Old 06-16-2014, 02:42 PM   #1
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OK-----Where do I find slip covers for my motorhome???

I have been searching around to find slip covers for our motorhome. In my mind there has to be someone out there who makes these. We would like to get some for the bench dinette, the recliner, and the driver and passenger seat. We have a 2000 National 34 Seabreeze. They are all still good, but are starting to show some signs of wear, especially the bench dinette.
Thoughts anybody?
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Old 06-16-2014, 08:57 PM   #2
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Have you tried a local upholstery shop?


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Old 06-17-2014, 01:33 PM   #3
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Never seen any and i doubt they exist, just too many variations for anyone to bother marketing something like that. In fact i've never even heard anyone ask that question. Like Brian said above, just have an upholstery shop do it for you. It will be a custom fit and you pick the fabric of your choice.
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My upholstery is not that bad that we need to totally re-do it, but we would just like to have some something thin and stretchy over it, that we can put on and off. Just thought there might be something out there.
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Upholstery shops make slip covers also, at least mine does.


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Old 06-17-2014, 02:10 PM   #6
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We use a quick, easy and economical system for the cushions that tend to take a beating.
Buy a stretchy polyester fabric. Cut to fit the seat/back. Stretch it over the cushion and secure with large safety pins on the back side. Easy on, easy off.
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I bought a sofa cover from www.solutions.com to cover the sofa when our dog goes with us. It has worked great and has elastic to hold it in place. They offer a lot of chair and sofa covers in various sizes. Jack weighs in a 112 lbs with corresponding size feet and toe nails. A cover was a must for me and this one has lasted for 2 years of doggy abuse.
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Check with your local furniture reupholstery shop. They should be able to make them for you.
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Both Walmart and Biglots have slip covers. Furniture Slipcovers for Less - Walmart.com

They are roughly shaped, we pinned them to fit and cut and sewed the material. Used velcro closures. The dinette cushions, we just made sleeves (like a pillowcase) to cover and again velcro to close. Came in handy when we were doing dog shows, our upholstery now still looks new.
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We wanted slip covers for the tops of the driver and passenger seats. Mostly to protect them from rubbing against the slide edges while driving. My wife went to a department store and bought four high quality plush hand towels in the correct color. Cut them to fit and sewed them together (front and back). They look great and feel nice on your the back of your head. If they get dirty, we just toss 'em in the washing machine.
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bed bath beyond has quite a selection in store and online.
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