- Content: Rubberized Hair with Plastic Screen Backing
- Width: 24"
- Thickness: 1" (Approximate)
- Features: Easy to cut with scissors or a knife, Conforms to contours without separation, Hypoallergenic, Mildew Resistant
- Common Uses: Upholstery Fill, Insulation
Sold: Sold by the Foot
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 75 Feet,
when ordering more than 75 Feet please note it may come in more than one piece.
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Why did you choose this?
I have replaced the webbing of 100 year old dining room chairs that had horse hair padding. Is one inch enough padding or should I use two inch?
BEST ANSWER: F.Y.I. I am a retired custom upholsterer. 1 inch is enough. The hair pad must be covered with a thick layer of cotton batting then upholstered in muslin and then another layer of cotton batting followed by the upholstery fabric.
Is there an advantage to using the rubberized horse hair over foam? (The cushions I have taken apart had horsehair).
BEST ANSWER: I don't think so. I couldn't find real horse hair to replace in my rocker so used synthetic. I then used 2" of good quality foam and polyester. I think it would have been fine withoutout the synthetic horsehair but was not going back and taking it all apart to get it out. Plus it is very very comfortable.
Which side is up?
BEST ANSWER: The side opposite the grid pattern.
Is this rubberized hair priced by the linear foot or square foot? I got 75 feet and it doesn't seem anywhere near that long
BEST ANSWER: It is sold by the linear foot.
Is this suitable for outdoor use?
BEST ANSWER: It is mildew resistant but we recommend this product for indoor use only. It is mainly used in refurbishing antique furniture.
Excellent quality rubberized hair. Perfect for use in antique furtniture.
April 8, 2018
1 year ago