seat cushion repair help

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  1. Jhy-lo

    Jhy-lo New Member

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    Hi All!
    This forum is so great! We just bought a new Flagstaff. The backs of the seat cushions (dinette cushions) are already showing some damage from rubbing against the end of the bunk slide. I'd like to do a preventative patch so it doesn't get worse. I assume this is vinyl, although, who knows... Any great ideas for throwing a patch on this?

    Thanks!
     
  2. ILUVTHEBEACH

    ILUVTHEBEACH Suburbs of Philly, PA

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    Welcome to PUP Jhy-lo. It is indeed vinyl so any vinyl repair kit could fix the damage for you.

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