Foam cushions that get three hours or more of use each day need the best foam grade—EverFlex. Because of the high cost of foam rubber, the EconoFlex grade is commonly used in the manufacturing of 90% of all sofa cushions—we don't recommend this grade except for applications that don't get used a lot. All foam cushions will soften with use. The better quality foam cushions just soften slower. Take time to read the descriptions of our cushion foam found at the bottom of the price quote page you'll see after selecting a shape below. Keep in mind that thinner foam cushions will feel softer than the descriptions, and thicker foam cushions will feel firmer.
When back cushions lose their support follow these directions.
This "down alternative" pillow stuffing is made from small, tightly curled balls of polyester fiber. One pound fills one cubic foot.
Use this stapler to fasten fabric on cushions.
The staples prevent slippage and ripping. Box contains 5,000 staples.
Please read the measuring tips, in step 1 on the following page (after you choose a shape below to continue). Today we see a lot more "engineered" sofa cushions and the steps need to be followed. Replacement couch cushions are available in all natural foam rubber, regular foam rubber, or a specialty cushion foam such as custom cut memory foam or dry fast foam (outdoor foam).
Please click on the shape below that closest resembles the cushions you would like to order. Next you will be asked to enter in the dimensions, and after that you will be given price quotes on a range of foam qualities.
Foam is custom cut to your dimensions and not usually usable by others. Each custom cut foam cushion has its own return policy, which will be provided during the checkout process.