I’ve been working with a leather couch for years, but when I went to buy it I was shocked to see that it needed repairs.
The stitching, which is supposed to be waterproof, had been torn, and I’d had to replace the hinges and seat cushion with plastic.
It was a terrible, terrible deal.
I had to go to an expert to fix it, and that expert was not able to do the repairs.
I’m still in disbelief that someone could do that.
I think the first person who would have thought of that is myself, and the first to tell me how awful it was is me.
My experience is not unusual, says one Reddit user who had to fix a leather chair on Craigslist.
She says that it’s common in homes in Thailand, and is often referred to as “dung beetle leather” or “chicken leather”.
Leather sofa repairs are usually not cheap, though, and it’s often worth it to look at the warranty.
In the US, the warranty will give you two months from the date of purchase to replace a damaged item.
You may also be entitled to compensation if the sofa is returned to you, but that will depend on the seller.
Here’s what you need to know about leather sofa repairs.
What’s the deal?
If you buy a leather seat or couch and the sofa doesn’t meet your warranty requirements, you’ll need to contact the seller directly.
If the sofa has been damaged by weather, rain, or water, it may not be covered under the warranty and you’ll have to return it to the seller for repairs.
It may be cheaper to buy the chair directly from the seller, but there may be a price difference.
In Thailand, a “lose or find” service is offered on Craigslist for about $200, or for about £100 (around £130 or AU$200).
If you get a bad or missing item, you may be able to get a replacement.