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Mkrobert- I think I must have explained it poorly. The fabric is also not removable. You have a point, though. The fabric adhering to the foam will change the way it feels. It will be more stiff(?) stiffer(?) whatever, it will feel different. I'll just have to get my hands on some similar materials and test. Thank you for your advice.
During her nap, my little granddaughter inspired me to want to make my couch waterproof or, at least, resistant. The cushions aren't removable. Do you think that the foam in the cushions would hold up to the solvent? Also, would just a thin coat change the texture much while still providing some "water" resistance? I expect a change in texture, but I'd like to avoid it feeling like an inflatable raft. Awesome 'ible.
I have already applied scotchguard (pfft... useless). I haven't tried silicone spray, but I was thinking that I might need something with a little more body. I guess I'll just need to do a bit of research on compatible solvents. Thanks for the help, though.
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THANK YOU!!! I have been wracking my brain trying to think of a cheap DIY painting booth to spray paint indoors. A tarp covered shower stall (too lazy to set up and take down); permanent, plywood cube (full-time RVer, no room); on & on.A plastic tub? GENIUS! A few mods and I can make all of those projects we women see on Pinterest and have to have. Way to think "in the box"!
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