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I was very pleased with the Sherpa Protector I ordered!!!
About Me Budget Shopper
Comments about Sherpa Recliner Protector by OakRidge Comforts™:
It will keep us nice & warm...
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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New furniture coverup
By Cat lover
from New York
About Me Midrange Shopper
They look good when they're tucked in properly but constantly need to be tucked in. I found my fleece throws stay better
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Want to use it as a blanket.
from Mesa, AZ
This item is very soft I want to wrap up in it, It is a bit thin, but very warm.
from Poinciana, FL
Goes great on my turquoise chair and it' feels nice and soft. Great price for this product!
soft and cozy
from New Bedford, MA
I bought a fairly expensive reclining loveseat. In order to protect it, I got two recliner covers, which I use together, after tucking one armrest cover of each under its own seat. The only thing about it which I would change would be some sort of anchor so that it doesn't become disarrayed so easily.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
does not stay put
from South Hadley Massachusetts
The material is so thin it's really not a good product
(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
I expected more
from Port St. Lucie, Fl.
Although the design and size works well the item is thinner than expected and I believe will fall apart quickly.
Sherpa recliner cover
By Satisfied shopper
Very pleased with product.
(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Best Sea Cover
By Mad Dog
It was affordable, easy to order, and I could not believe how fast it got to me.
Study the photo before you complain!
from Lewiston, Id
Note the recliner in the promo photo above is fabric NOT a slick material like leather or pleather. Common sense tells you that the item will NOT stay in place on a slick surface. The problem is not the item, but the expectation that it will do something it's not designed to do.