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Coil springs are placed inside a frame by secured onto jute webbing, rails or onto a wooden base. The top of the springs compressed and tied together with jute twine, &/or sewing onto hessian. Use a large curved needle for sewing jute webbing.
What gauge of spring? Use 9g coil springs for seats, and 10g for backs.
What height spring? The height of the spring has many different factors, but here is a general rule of thumb -- measure the height of the side frame and add 10-12cm. For instance, if the frame is 8cm high, buy a spring about 18-20cm.
How much should I compress the spring? Press the spring down with your hand. When you feel the spring starting to resist, that is the height to tie it off at. Basically, you want to compress it enough to give you enough resistance on the top padding and fabric, but not so much that it starts to force the bottom out.
Does your armchair have a saggy bottom? Buy replacement biconical coil springs to strength it again. Various sizes.
BACKORDER: Product is a standard stock item. Order any amount regardless of quantity currently in stock.
OUT OF STOCK: Product is out of stock, discontinued or suspended. Cannot be ordered at this time but please enquire.
WHILE STOCKS LAST: Product is being discontinued. Only current stock can be ordered.
OVERSIZED: Product is too large for standard courier. Pickup from our store or arrange your own freight collect.
STORE ONLY: Product will not be shipped. Sold only from our retail shop at Papakura, Auckland.
Mollies shop: 1/13 Croskery Road, Papakura, Auckland. Phone: (+64) 9 930 8369
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm (exc public holidays)
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