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Old 12-01-2011, 05:03 AM
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Default Good Furniture Upholstery

Wife's Dog put 10 nice long rips in our couch that is not even a week old. I can get my hands on new fabric, but need a place that will do a great job. But at the same time isn't going to hurt the wallet to bad.

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Old 12-01-2011, 05:31 AM
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Default Re: Good Furniture Upholstery

Go to an antique dealer for recommendations, not a common thing to do, so the antique places will be the best bet for first-hand experience with any local upholstery shops.

I get my dog's nails ground down after being clipped at Petsmart for $11. Definitely worth it. My dual reclining leather couch isn't exactly cheap (Smith Brothers of Berne) and it's his favorite place to sleep. Having his nails ground down is better and safer than just getting them clipped.
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Kirks upholstery,howells upholstery,lees upholstery...Hampton/newport news
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Default Re: Good Furniture Upholstery

Originally Posted by Digital4N6 View Post
Go to an antique dealer for recommendations, not a common thing to do, so the antique places will be the best bet for first-hand experience with any local upholstery shops.

I get my dog's nails ground down after being clipped at Petsmart for $11. Definitely worth it. My dual reclining leather couch isn't exactly cheap (Smith Brothers of Berne) and it's his favorite place to sleep. Having his nails ground down is better and safer than just getting them clipped.
You've met the doberman.. the grinder makes her freak out.

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Kirks upholstery,howells upholstery,lees upholstery...Hampton/newport news
Thanks but too far. Richmond area please.
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