Springs

Does your armchair seat sag? It might need new upholstery seat springs. Biconical, tension, zig zag. For furniture repairs. Buy online NZ fast ship.

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  • Biconical Coil Springs
    Does your armchair have a saggy bottom? Buy replacement biconical coil springs to strength it again. Various sizes.
  • Tension springs
    Does your mid-century lounger have a saggy bottom? Easily replace the tension springs to give it a new lease of life. Various lengths.
  • Zig Zag Springs
    Does your vintage recliner chair have a saggy bottom? Replace the zig-zag / no-sag springs to firm it up again. Various lengths.

Hints & Tips

Coil Springs: Coil springs are secured onto jute webbing, rails or onto a wooden base. The top of the springs are tied together with jute twine, &/or sewing onto hessian. Use a large curved needle for sewing jute webbing. 

Zig Zag springs: Also known as sinuous, serpentine or no-sag springs. These are installed onto a frame with spring clips. The spring is usually longer than the width of your frame so it has a crown/arch. Tie the springs together in two or three spaces with jute twine, then cover the springs with hessian before adding the foam

Tension springs: These are often found on mid century chairs. The springs are approx 10% smaller that the frame span so that the spring stretches across. For a tight seat (ie: foam and fabric is stapled onto the frame) cover the springs with hessian before adding the foam. For a loose seat (ie: you have loose cushion seating), cover the springs with quilted lining

Does your armchair seat sag? It might need new upholstery seat springs. Biconical, tension, zig zag. For furniture repairs. Buy online NZ fast ship.

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