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My studio's chair was kinda old and the seat was flat, so I repaired it and turned it into a tres chic element in my studio. I started ...
Sorry, I started dismantling the chair before taking the picture.
If you want to paint the plastic parts as I did you must deeply clean all the parts, so the paint sticks well to the plastic. *Ask your ...
Add primer to the plastic to ensure that the paint stays where you want.
Paint and let dry. It's about 18 hours so the smell of the spray goes completely away.
-Remove the staples. I did it just with one side for making it easier. -Take some stuffing material, I got mine from a crafts&fabric store. (and it's kitty ...
-Get all your parts and put them together again.
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