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Vinyl crack Repair

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Hard to soil or stain, it’s no wonder that vinyl remains a favorite for furniture. But with age or exposure to harsh elements such as sunlight, solvents or abrasion — even perspiration — it’s vulnerable to cracking. Vinyl is, after all, nothing more than plastic — polyvinyl chloride to be specific. Special plasticizers are added to make the PVC flexible and suitable for use on furniture. A clear topcoat seals the vinyl to keep the plasticizers in place. When this topcoat wears away or is damaged, the vinyl can crack. The solution is a liquid vinyl repair kit, and keeping your vinyl conditioned to prevent further wear and tear.

Run your tap water until it is fairly hot. Soak a clean washcloth, then wring it out until it’s about as wet as if you plan to wash your face. Squirt a dab of a mild hand detergent onto the washcloth and move to the vinyl chair.

Scrub the cracked area with the soapy cloth to remove dirt, body oils and other contaminants. Extend past the damaged area 1 to 2 inches so the repair material has something to bond to.

Rinse the cleaned portion with a new cloth. Run water over the rinse cloth to flush soap and contaminants, then go over the area again. Repeat until you are sure that all soap is gone. Wipe with a fresh, dry cloth and allow it to air dry until all moisture has evaporated.

Sand lightly over the cracked area of the chair, extending about 1/2 inch past the damage, using 320-grit sandpaper. Just take a few swipes — you don’t want to bore through the remaining topcoat, simply scuff it up to encourage adhesion. Wipe away any sanding dust with your dry cloth.

Mix the liquid vinyl formula, if necessary, as instructed by the manufacturer. Some products come ready-mixed in specific colors. Others may require you to blend the color with the vinyl, or possibly apply the color separate from the vinyl. Read the product instructions for further information specific to the type of kit you choose.

Dip a small spatula tool, typically included in the repair kit, into the liquid vinyl and dab it onto the cracked area. Spread the vinyl in an even, thin layer across the damaged area and extending slightly past the crack. Smooth the vinyl, wetting your fingertip slightly and skimming it across the repair if that works better for you.

Apply successive layers similarly, as needed, feathering the repair slightly outward with each coat to prevent a ridge at the edges of the repair. Allow dry time between each layer as directed by the manufacturer — typically 10 or 15 minutes. Use a hairdryer, held about a foot away from the chair surface, to speed the dry time. Between coats, wipe the spatula clean to avoid gummy buildup that may mar your repair.

Smooth the final surface, only if necessary, with a cotton swab moistened with rubbing alcohol. Since alcohol is hard on vinyl, deteriorating the topcoat and allowing the plasticizers to escape, use it with caution. Lightly rub over the repair a few times.

Set a piece of graining paper — which looks much like a patch and contains a vinyl grain pattern — over top of the vinyl repair. Heat an iron, as directed by the manufacturer, and slide over the paper for 30 to 60 seconds to emboss the grain pattern into the repair. Finish with a spray of vinyl clear finish spray to provide a new topcoat as desired.

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Vinyl is a common material for furniture that is easy to work with, durable and comfortable. However, vinyl can sometimes rip, crack or tear. This is especially true for vinyl chairs, which must deal with fluctuations in weight and friction. Fortunately, repairing cracked vinyl chairs is a straightforward process that almost anyone can do.

Thoroughly wash the area that needs repair using vinyl-safe detergent. Dry the area thoroughly.

Apply the liquid vinyl to the crack. Spread the liquid vinyl with a spatula to ensure full coverage. Make sure the liquid vinyl matches the color of the chair—most hardware stores offer a wide selection of colors.

Things You’ll Need

  • Detergent
  • Liquid vinyl
  • Graining paper
  • Spatula
  • Iron

Put a graining paper on top of the liquid vinyl and gently press it into place. Graining paper allows for a transfer of texture to the patch, to allow it to blend into the chair’s original vinyl.

Apply an iron to the graining paper according to the liquid vinyl manufacturer’s instructions. In general, an iron set at medium heat for 60 seconds is sufficient.

Remove the graining paper and allow the patch to cool.

Gently wash the patch. The seat is now ready for use.

Tips & Warnings

Make sure the liquid vinyl works completely into the cracks, in order to achieve a solid patch. Consider testing the liquid vinyl and graining paper on a hidden area of the chair to make sure the color and the grain pattern match the chair.

Do not use too high of a setting on the iron to avoid scorching the original vinyl. Very large cracks may not respond well to a home treatment and may require the services of a professional upholsterer.