Rated 4 out of 5 by ScarlettOHara Recommended, but with one reservation
The design of this sofa cover is clever--it will fit various sizes and shapes of sofas well. It is reasonably priced, and I found the thickness of the material to be just fine.
My only reservation is that when washed the material wrinkles terribly and must be ironed. And the design shape which makes this cover adaptable to many sofas also makes it a bear to iron--it takes me almost an hour to do so.
If the manufacturer would switch to a wrinkle-free cloth for this cover--even at a somewhat higher cost--it would be an excellent product.
October 4, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Vegasgilr Everything it was said to be
This cover is everything it said to be, easy to put on. Good quality, and easy to take care of. I would recomend it to anyone who is looking to cover a couch or loverseat.
September 2, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by jmcar97 Happy with the cover
The color was a bit darker than what I had expected, but it will definately work in the room it went in to. The fabric is great!
July 31, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Fluffysue Too thin!!!!
The material used in these is shirt weight-not what I think of as cotton duck material. They are very thin. Unless you already have light colored furniture the color will show through these. Not worth the money.
March 8, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gingerbread1310 Color was just what I wanted. Was easy to put on.
Sofa and loves eat covers were easy to put on. The color was just what I wanted. Feels soft and cool. Will buy these again.
February 25, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by shop4home4ever This product is great for the money!
This is an excellent slipcover for the money! We purchased it for a playroom, in lieu of getting a new couch, since our kids are still young and we did not want to spend a lot of money. This slipcover was not expense, and it is designed to fit perfectly. With other slipcovers I have purchased, they do not stay on and you have to continually tuck the material back into the seat part. This one has elastic so it stays in place. They only thing I would say is that I wish the material was slightly thicker, but other than that I would recommend it and definitely purchase another one.
October 24, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pennysdecorator Good for protection
Slipcovers are comfortable and stay in place reasonably well. They are great extra protection but not as attractive as original upholstery.
October 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by deenibeeni Held up very well
I got these 5 years ago--I say "these," because even though they are quite heavy, it took two of them to cover the dark green plaid couch I'm using them for (don't ask). They wash well and have really been beat up by me and my dogs and still look nice, though by now they are getting worn and I'm ready for some new ones. It's always kind of an effort getting them on, but I think it's been harder for me because I am putting on two of them--I put one on completely, then the other, but it's still a struggle. (Incidentally, two of them do cover the green plaid so that you can't see it at all). I find that if I dry them only partially in the dryer and put them on when they are still slightly damp, I have an easier time getting them over the last "shoulder" of my couch. There have always been some wrinkles in the seat corners, which I tell myself is shabby chic and don't let it bother me too much. The arms fit pretty well and are nice and smooth, as are the seat and most of the back--it's the corners that are slightly problematic, don't want to stay tucked in, but I stick pillows over that part & it looks fine. I actually like the tie things, so when my dog chewed one of the front ones off I took one off the back and moved it to the front.
I was tempted to get some stretch covers this time around because of some of the difficulties, but I do like the canvas look and because this loveseat, which is a contender for the Ugliest Couch Contest, would probably require two of just about anything except maybe those lead aprons you wear at the dentist, so I'll probably get these again.
June 16, 2012