Simply Spray Couches and Sofas
Couches are one of the biggest investments in anyone's house or apartment since they are a necessary piece of large furniture. Unfortunately, replacing that old comfy couch is expensive and time consuming, but what are the alternatives? Dying it? That is messy and the dye can get everywhere since it is water based. Thinking about reupholstering it? That can be very expensive and depending on the couch can be tough to find a professional who will take that job on.
Why not Simply Spray it?
Our upholstery fabric paint spray is easy to use, easy to spray and works terrifically on any absorbent material. Simply Spray can update that old, familiar couch for 1/10th of the price of buying a new couch, so why not give it a try today!
Maybe you don't want to replace your couch, but are looking for an inexpensive way to bring it up to date. Try using Simply Spray's upholstery fabric paint on throw pillows and rugs to bring that frumpy old space into a modern chic living area. Our upholstery fabric paint's special, secret formula is non-toxic, completely environmentally compliant and uses a food-safe propellant, so no need to worry about your kids or pets lounging around on it.
Also, it is easy to clean up, unlike dyes, won't come off on your clothes, and is UV protected so it will never fade. Don't be scared to try it. If you are thinking about replacing your couch and it doesn't work for you, then we'll give you your money back!
Here is an estimate and a few things to think about when buying Simply Spray:
- Because furniture varies so much in size, color, and material, we recommend buying a test can and applying a coat of paint to an unseen surface of your project (i.e. under the cushion of a couch).
- This will allow you to gauge how the paint adheres to your particular project, what the paint looks like once it has dried, and how many coats you’ll want to apply for desired results.
- It will also allow you to familiarize yourself with the paint and how it sprays, allowing for optimum control once your project is underway.
Here are a few guidelines to the amount of paint required for most projects. Please keep in mind that these are only estimates and the actual amount of paint you will need varies depending on the size of your project, the type of fabric (how absorbent it is), and how man coats you intend to apply.
Also, remember that we suggest multiple light coats, this will use less paint overall. Then let each coat dry 15 to 20 minutes, this will ensure the additional coats will adhere properly.
If you have any additional questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to help.