How can I repair sagging couch cushions?


How can I fix my sagging seat cushions on my leather couch and repair holes

  4 answers
  • Sallysmith Sallysmith on Oct 13, 2019

    I took a seam ripper and removed a few stitches in the back seam of the cushion. I had a pillow that I didn't care about so I opened it up and transferred the stuffing to my sofa cushion. I kept my opening fairly small and used a chop stick to push it all the way back. I used a needle shaped like a C to sew the seam back together (I doubled the thread for strength). I was able to go back thru the original holes and it was barely noticeable and best of all it didn't cost me anything to fix my cushion :)

  • Lifestyles Homes Lifestyles Homes on Oct 14, 2019

    Real leather cushions are worth the investment in high density foam, sooner or later.

    Holes in leather, sounds unusual.

    If it’s vinyl or bonded leather, then I would patch it. with epoxy adhesive. The patch material would be stolen from a hidden part of the couch.

  • Pat Titus Pat Titus on Oct 16, 2019

    I had the same problem and replaced it with high density very well. My husband has a 1/2" plywood so he cut it to the shape of the sofa and I placed it under the cushions. Its nice and firm now which we like the firmness of the cushions.