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How to Cover Cigarette Burn Holes in Upholstery

    • 1). Trim the burned edges around the burn hole with a utility knife carefully, removing only any blackened fabric or melted edges.

    • 2). Cut a small patch of fabric, about a quarter-inch larger than the hole, from a hidden area of the furniture such as the back of couch or cushion. If the upholstery has a design on it, cut a patch with the same area of the design as the burn hole.

    • 3). Push the patch into the burn hole with your finger. Adjust the patch until it lines up with the fabric around the hole.

    • 4). Place a dot of quick-dry glue gel in four spots between the edge of the patch and the bottom of the fabric around the burn hole.

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