In the restaurant business, things wear down all the time. To keep your current customers as well as attract new ones, sometimes it helps to have repairs and/or replacements done. Youtuber John Fraser in his video shows a time-lapse on how he does restaurant upholstery repairs.
If the upholstery is flaking or even tearing off, that’s a strong sign that it’s time for the old stuff to go.
Leaving old upholstery in for too long can even harm your customers due to the staples that once held the old material together. Specialists such as John Fraser make sure to completely remove all the old staples and upholstery, even by hand if necessary.
First off, decide on an upholstery design. The look and feel of the fabric can be the difference between gaining a new regular customer and one disappointed patron that just won’t be coming back. Do you own a retro 50’s diner? Perhaps some upholstery featuring classic cars will do the trick. A truck stop diner? A nice western scene could be the style your business needs. Having the right style can matter in any business.
Upholstery repairs can be a wise decision for your restaurant.