Diy boat seats
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These DIY Boat Bench Seat Plans will show you how to build an excellent bench seat that can be added to enhance your boating experience further.
Catey Osborne saved to Boat
7 Easy Steps To Reupholster Your Boat Seats, Cushions, and Covers!
How to restore your Boat seats and CushionsToday I removed my old boat seats with rotten wood and messed up vinyl, and made all new seats and back cushions t...
Amy Elisabeth saved to I’m on a boat
Making New Marine Vinyl Boat Seats: Alright, Finally got a little time to do some work so I made new seats and motor box for the back of the boat. The plywood for the original motor box and seats was rotten to the the core so everything had to be rebuilt including new plywood, …
Michele Heck saved to Boat
Since I posted the seats I am making on my boat restoration thread, there has been a lot of interest in some instructions on how to make your own boat...
Jolene Simmons saved to boat
One of the most appealing parts of your boat is the boat upholstery. The look of a boat's interior has a significant impact on the boat appearance
Jaclynn Bennett saved to Boat Upholstery
The 2004 Bayliner Bowrider 175 needed a lot of TLC, it will be a fun project cost $1000 for the boat and the trailer. Let the restoration begin.
Our couch cushions were in good shape, but the color definitely didn't match our new 'beachy' interior. We didn't have the money to get the cushions recovered professionally so I decided to make them. I am by no means a professional seamstress, but I can sew a bit. I read somewhere about the idea of making covers that fit over the cushion like a fitted sheet. I liked that idea because it's half as much fabric which means less to wash and dry. Also, it makes the sewing really easy! I saw a…
Darnella Smith saved to clothes
Well, I brought the pontoon boat home with intensions of pressure washing it and fixing a few of the torn cushions, buuuuuuttttt this happened instead!!!! As you can see in the before pics it definitely needed a good wash at least. The carpeting was pretty bad though and very slippery when it got wet. First thing I did was removed the seats. I just had to remove a few screws from each section to unsecure them from the floor. And then I ripped up the carpeting. It came up fairly easy except a…
Jim Edmunds saved to Pontoons