How-to: Reupholstered Rocking Chair
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Bring the chair to a professional upholsterer. You can rip off the fabric and paint the frame yourself to save a little money, or have your upholsterer paint for you. We used a high-gloss enamel.
Our upholsterer added new foam to the seat cushion and back, and recovered it in cotton. Depending on the condition of the chair, you may not need new foam.
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