Sure Fit Cotton Duck T-Cushion Love Seat Slipcover

Sure Fit Cotton Duck T-Cushion Love Seat Slipcover
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Update any room's look with a one-piece slipcover that instantly transforms your existing love seat. Specifically designed for a T-shaped cushion love seat, this slipcover fits snugly and is easy to care for.

Fits most standard love seats with an arm width between 58" and 73", and a seat cushion width of less than 69".

100% cotton. Machine wash.

Made in Pakistan.
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Sure Fit Cotton Duck T-Cushion Love Seat Slipcover is rated 2.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Quality & Fit I agree with the previous reviewer who had the same problem as I did with the T cushion. There is way way too much material for a T cushion couch. They should make a seperate cover for the cushion. I tucked to no avail and still it was just a mess of fabric. Plus the quality was not there. This cover was as thick as a set of sheets. Back it goes today!
Date published: 2011-10-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from change a look in 20 minutes.... I have at least 5 of these SURE FIT covers. I love them. first time my husband & I put one on... it took 30 to45 min. Now--- I do them myslef. They fit great, they look great and if they get dirty or I want to change the look of the room...I change the cover. Even better now... being on QVC...witheasy pay...I can get more---change more often and... take time to pay. Having used them for so long I will say, take your time, be patient and you will get a great slipcover. I've had more than one person think it wasn't a cover and that I got a new sofa. The so called slipcovers you get at stores don't fit, fall off and are a pain in the neck to put on. Costly too. I think sure fit are the best.
Date published: 2009-12-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Was very hard to put on. My daughter and I read the directions on how to put the slipcover on but it never looked right. We bought the T cushion fit for our loveseat. If you tucked it in to look nice in the middle and back of the loveseat and lined up the T part of the cushion you had all this extra material even after tucking a lot in under the cushions and arms. It just looked like you smoothed out an old sheet over the loveseat. Maybe the stretch pique is better. Possibly someone at the factory made a mistake and used the sofa cut for the middle of the loveseat.
Date published: 2007-05-22
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