How do you replace broken couch springs?


Broken couch springs can easily be replaced to bring new life into an old piece of furniture. The replacement will require a staple remover, a staple gun, a seam ripper, scissors, thread, and a half-round upholstery needle. The broken spring will need to be removed from the couch once it has had the staples removed from the bottom fabric and been opened up. Then the broken spring needs to be replaced with a new one using several stitches. Then the couch will need to be closed up again with the staple gun.
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