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    Bomber Seat - Pads

    Hi. Does anyone have images or examples of how people have secured upholstered seat pads neatly or engineered them to bomber seats please? Cheers, Karl.

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    Small tags sewn to the corners of the pads and then passed through slots in the seat base and then tied together would work...
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    velcro tape strips glued to the seat,the other half sewn to the underside of the pads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve1275 View Post
    velcro tape strips glued to the seat,the other half sewn to the underside of the pads.
    Thats exactly what I'm going to do for mine
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    Thanks, i'll try a mixture of both. Was thinking about stud fasteners but thought they might tear. Cheers!

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    Velcro, tabs, studs will all work. Or you could get some of the grippy but not tacky stuff that's thin and smooth and stops things sliding. But it's removable instantly. Comes in rolls and can be cut to size / shape. Your granny might have some on her tea tray to keep her dinner plate on. Dycem, that's it! Available from nurses and carehome workers. My missus might have some.

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    Just Googled Dycem, haha. Thanks

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