Is there anyway to repair a small cigarette burn in the arm of a chair

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  • Dfm Dfm on Dec 30, 2017
    if you can get a scrap of the fabric the chair is covered in, probably. if its leather/ vynial..there are repair kits

  • Cathy Hyatt Cathy Hyatt on Dec 30, 2017
    If it’s fabric look for a small piece to cut - underneath, back or under cushion. I would put the patch under the hole and use an emory board to smooth the edges after the glue has dried. Use fabric glue or mod Podge. If it’s chenille type and the hole is really small you can repair with fuzz from an area not seen. Just shave it and glue into the hole.
    If its leather, you can order a repair kit. It will tell you how to match colors. Just google leather repair kit.
    Good luck.
    Cathy in NC

  • Sandra Fuller Sandra Fuller on Dec 30, 2017
    Sorry this happened. If it is fabric and you can retrieve long threads from the underside of the chair, you can reweave the area. There is a glue that you can buy in the fabric store to prevent fraying.