How can I soften my outdoor cushions? Sanding did not work.
Naomie Moore aka baileyanddaisey, Castaic CA on Jun 21, 2017Soften how? The fabric? Why did you sand them? What is the fabric?Helpful Reply
Shoshana on Jun 21, 2017A whole lotta sitting and using of the cushions is a sure way to soften them up.Helpful Reply
Janet Pizaro on Jun 21, 2017What are they made of?Helpful Reply
Just Retired on Jun 21, 2017can you take the covers off and wash them if you feel they are too crisp. But if you feel the cushions themselves are to hard you could replace the foam with a softer type foamHelpful Reply
Cori Widen on Jun 21, 2017I think that replacing the foam is a good start!Helpful Reply
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