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How To Recover Your Bolster

May 18, 2018

Halfmoon - How To Recover Your Bolster

When your bolster lasts a long time, being able to buy a new cover is the perfect way to keep you loving your bolster for years to come. Whether you are yoga studio owner or someone with a bolster in your home, updating the look of your cover will help you match your decor and keep your bolster looking fresh and new.

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Stand bolster on it’s end, line up cover zipper with casing zipper, fit casing on one end.

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Turn the cushion so it is now standing with the uncovered end up.

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Pushing your knee onto the top half of the bolster, bend it in half away from you.

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While you hold it bent, fit the cover over the end carefully then release the cushion so that it extends to its full length. Adjust the cover as needed.

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To close the zipper, slowly close the zipper pushing down on the cushion as you go. Make sure not to catch any cotton fabric in the zipper.

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