Couch Coat is a reversible sofa cover that will protect your couch from dirt and damage and keep it looking new for years to come. On one side, this cover is brown, and on the other side, a shade of cream, so you'll be able to match yours to the decor of virtually any room. The cover is comfortable to recline on, as it's made of soft, quilted microfiber, and you can even get a deluxe version that is double-quilted and stain-resistant.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Couch Coat is $19.99 plus $7.99 shipping, for a total price of $27.98.
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How to Use (Step by Step)
- Choose Shade
First, unfold your Couch Coat and choose which shade you want facing up, brown or cream. If you change your mind, you'll be able to quickly flip the cover over later.
- Lay Cover Down
Next, lay the cover down on your couch, making sure that you cover the arms, seat, and back. To ensure that the cover won't move after you sit or lie down, determine that the back flap is, in fact, hanging over the back of the couch as it should be.
- Use Couch Normally
Once you've laid your cover down, you can sit or lie on the sofa as you normally would, while the cover stays securely in place and cushions you, too.
- Fits Most Couches
Couch Coat will fit any couch, regardless of its shape, as long as it's 92 inches or less in length. If your couch is longer than that, you'll still be able to use the cover, but it may not cover the whole thing effectively.
- Machine Washable
Although it won't budge while you're sitting on it, you'll be able to quickly pull this sofa cover off when it gets dirty, and run it through your washing machine.
If you want to take your Couch Coat to a cottage or some other location to cover a couch there, you'll be able to roll it up and take it with you. At most, it'll take up a few feet of space in the car.
- Makes Old Couches Look Better
If you've got a couch with a design that's no longer trendy, or one that has faded over the years, you can simply throw a Couch Coat over it to make it look better. You can also do the same thing if your couch is covered in unsightly rips and / or scratches.
- Catches Dirt and Debris
Kids tend to spill food and drinks on the couch, and pets often track dirt on it from their paws. If either of these problems are common in your household, a catch-all couch cover will help you, as the mess will end up on it instead of your couch. The same goes for pet hair, if your cat or dog tends to see an open couch as an invitation to roll around.
- Protects Couch From Rips
Besides shedding and tracking dirt, pets may also scratch the couch with their sharp claws. Luckily, when your couch is covered up in its entirety, they'll end up scratching the cover instead of the couch's fabric underneath.
- Combination Set Available
If you'd like to cover a chair and / or loveseat in addition to a couch, you may want to obtain the Couch Coat combination set. In this set, you'll get a reversible couch cover, loveseat cover, and chair cover in brown/cream. You'll be able to choose between standard quilting and double-quilted, stain-resistant fabric for the set.
- Cream Side Shows Dirt
While the brown side of each Couch Coat will conceal any dirt it picks up fairly well, you may notice that the cream side shows dirt quite easily. If most of your decor is cream, you might find this annoying.
- Plastic Covers
In order to keep it clean, some people choose to cover their couch up with plastic when they're not sitting on it. However, this won't make your living room or family room feel very homey, and moving the plastic may become a pain.
- Towels and Blankets
Other people choose to cover couches with towels and blankets to protect them from dirt and damage, but if these coverings are fairly thin, dirt might seep right through them. Moreover, having towels and blankets piled on the couch may make your home look less sophisticated than you want it to.
- Other Fabric Covers
There are other fabric slip covers for couches available, but many of these aren't cut specifically to fit a couch, making them hard to put on. Plus, they don't have the back flap to hold them securely in place that the Couch Coat does, so one may slide off right after you sit down.
When you make use of the Couch Coat, you won't need to replace your couch as often, as the cover will protect it from permanent stains and tears. The same goes for loveseats and chairs, so you may end up not having to replace any of your living room furniture for years.
If you regularly have your couch cleaned, you won't need to have this done as frequently ( if at all ) after beginning to use the Couch Coat. The coat will catch so much dirt and debris that when you pull it off, you'll likely see a spotlessly clean couch underneath.