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|Assembly Required: No||Print: Pattern|
|Additional Parts Required: No||Material: 100% Cotton|
|Piping: No||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Slipcover Type: Armchair||Recliner Compatible: No|
|Wingback: No||Multipiece Slipcover: No|
|Cushion Design: T-cushion||Furniture Throw: No|
|Skirted: No||Toss Pillows Included: No|
|Recommended Age: Adult; Kids; Teen; Toddler||Product Care: Machine wash and tumble dry|
|Country of Manufacture: Pakistan|
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Cathy from Dayton, TN– Verified Buyer
I read the reviews, but for the price I got it anyway. The fabric and thickness is good. The broiler is that it bunches up...that needs to be fixed by the manufacturer. But, I wanted cotton, and I use it on a recliner. I like it and the color is nice and deep. It probably wouldn't work on leather or a couch.
Serves its purpose (keeping dirty paws at bay)
Brenda from Homestead, FL– Verified Buyer
Although this chair cover serves its purpose of keeping dirty paws from soiling my chair, the length of the arms, seat and back needs to be much longer. Once the sections are pushed down around the seat cushion, all of its sections shorten up so much that the back and arm sections fall into the seat area once you sit down. I found some upholstry screw-type pins (like miniature wine bottle openers) at a local fabric store which help to keep this cover "in place" on my upholstered occasional chair; however, I can't use these pins on the covers I bought for my real leather sofa and matching chair and have to contend with the slippage
Myloathome from Vancouver, BC– Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
I like the fabric and the colour is true to product image/description. My dog also likes the feel of the fabric. The only downside is that it needs better securing so I will attach elastic cords to help to keep it in place. Also, the furniture slip covers of the past included plastic rods to push between the back and seat cushions as well as the arms and seat cushion to keep the cover in place. My car seat covers have a fabric encased stiff foam rod stitched between the seat and back fabric that holds the seat cover in place so I will attempt to find similar, flexible skinny rods (like a skinny pool noodle) to push into place - hopefully these modifications will help to keep these slipcovers from becoming messy looking anytime someone sits on them.
A Good Cover
Donald from Langhorne, PA– Verified Buyer
This cover works well for me. It has been in use for several months, and it shows no wear and tear, nor has it faded.
Paula from Wilson, TX– Verified Buyer
Can't get the hair off no matter what you do.
Debi from Lexington, KY– Verified Buyer
Covers the chair I bought it for & looks nice until someone sits down on it it doesn't stay on the chair at all & must constantly be adjusted i.e., the back part falls down after 2-3 times of being sat on, which also pulls down the arm pieces until it's all in a big ball at the back & bottom of the chair. Also, it washes well but is wrinkled & must be ironed. I am glad I did not buy more of them. I think there is no short cut for the old-fashioned totally covering furniture cover.
Hard to keep in place
Chuck from Great Falls, MT– Verified Buyer
I like the quality of the product but it is hard to keep tucked in. Need to be careful when washing them as they are quite fragile.
T from Texas
I am very happy with my order of the Sure-Fit chair cover in black. I think that is is perfect and I have nothing bad to say about the cover.
Darcy from Spring Hill, FL– Verified Buyer
PERFECT! They fit better than any others I've tried. The dogs now wait for me to cover the chair before they jump up - I think they like how soft this is.
Not what they seem
Scott from Florida
These are not what they are advertised as. I am not very happy with them. I have them on leather couches and they just slide off, so they're more a pain in the butt than anything. Also, they kind of look and feel like the movers blankets you'd find in a U-Haul!