Two Piece Chaise Lounge Patio Sling

Replacement Patio Sling fabric chaise lounge that has a separate back and bottom. Price include both pieces and new sling rod or spline. Custom made to your measurements for a perfect fit. Choose from over 100 top quality outdoor replacement sling fabrics.
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Replacement Fabric Sling or Fabric Mesh Insert For a Two Piece Chaise Lounge with a separate back and seat (Your receive TWO slings when you order this product. 

  • Custom Made to your measurements for a perfect fit.
  • Choose from over 100 top quality replacement sling fabrics.
  • Sling Fabrics from Phifertex, Batyline, Sunbrella and Twitchell
  • Includes New Sling Spline or Sling Rod
  • Paito Sling Fabric is hemmed on all 4 sides with rod pockets on the left and right for new sling rod.
  • Take measurements from the patio chair frame according to our measuring instructions.Learn how to resling your patio chairs and chaise lounges. Great DIY Project to save money.
  • Fabric Mesh Sling works for any kind of patio sling chair frame - 4 leg,swivel or spring base, or bar chair

UPDATE! REFRESH! RENEW Your better quality outdoor sling furniture!

Replacement Slings are an easy DIY project. Patio Sling Fabric, Mesh Replacement sling for a one-piece patio chair. This patio chair outdoor mesh sling will work for sling chairs with 4 legs, a swivel base or a spring or rocker base. The shape of the patio chair frame does not matter. Please measure you patio chair according to our instructions. Our patio furniture replacement sling fabric inserts are custom made to order according to your measurements. No need for an original part number or model. All outdoor mesh replacement slings include new plastic sling rod or spline. Your new patio chair sling is sewn with double seams on all sides with heavy duty outdoor thread. Please see link below for current lead times. Choose from over 100 quality outdoor patio sling fabrics. Give your patio furniture new life with a great high-quality replacement sling. We can teach you how to resling your patio chair slings and chaise lounges! Check out our easy to follow instructions and helpful installation videos on how to install new outdoor fabric and resling your better quality patio chairs. Resling & Replace & Save!

Replacement Fabric Sling or Fabric Mesh Insert For a Two Piece Chaise Lounge with a separate back and seat (Your receive TWO slings when you order this product. 

  • Custom Made to your measurements for a perfect fit.
  • Choose from over 100 top quality replacement sling fabrics.
  • Sling Fabrics from Phifertex, Batyline, Sunbrella and Twitchell
  • Includes New Sling Spline or Sling Rod
  • Paito Sling Fabric is hemmed on all 4 sides with rod pockets on the left and right for new sling rod.
  • Take measurements from the patio chair frame according to our measuring instructions.Learn how to resling your patio chairs and chaise lounges. Great DIY Project to save money.
  • Fabric Mesh Sling works for any kind of patio sling chair frame - 4 leg,swivel or spring base, or bar chair

UPDATE! REFRESH! RENEW Your better quality outdoor sling furniture!

Replacement Slings are an easy DIY project. Patio Sling Fabric, Mesh Replacement sling for a one-piece patio chair. This patio chair outdoor mesh sling will work for sling chairs with 4 legs, a swivel base or a spring or rocker base. The shape of the patio chair frame does not matter. Please measure you patio chair according to our instructions. Our patio furniture replacement sling fabric inserts are custom made to order according to your measurements. No need for an original part number or model. All outdoor mesh replacement slings include new plastic sling rod or spline. Your new patio chair sling is sewn with double seams on all sides with heavy duty outdoor thread. Please see link below for current lead times. Choose from over 100 quality outdoor patio sling fabrics. Give your patio furniture new life with a great high-quality replacement sling. We can teach you how to resling your patio chair slings and chaise lounges! Check out our easy to follow instructions and helpful installation videos on how to install new outdoor fabric and resling your better quality patio chairs. Resling & Replace & Save!

How To Measure One Piece Chair Sling For New Replacement Slings

Chair Care Patio makes replacement slings for just about any type or brand of outdoor furniture including Winston, Woodard, Brown Jordan, Agio, Tropitone, Mallin and more. No need for an original part number or model number. Too confusing and not a reliable method. Our sling measuring method is to simple measure the patio chair frame and BINGO! We can make a new replacement sling that fits without knowing the model or manufacturer. Just follow our instructions below and we will make you a new replacement sling for just about any patio chair.
 
How To Measure a patio sling chair for new replacement slings
 
EACH NEW PATIO CHAIR REPLACEMENT SLING INCLUDES:
  • New Patio Sling cut and sewn to size to fit your chair
  • Double needle seams on all 4 sides using UV resistant outdoor thread
  • Rod Pockets or opening on the left and the right sides to hold the new sling rod or spline
  • New Plastic Sling Rod or Spline is included with each new replacement sling

Make sure to read our DO's and DON'TS as well as our FAQ Section for additional information
 
As always we offer FREE SLING FABRIC SWATCHES before you order.
 
PRINT THE PDF link below and record your measurements and keep them in a handy place for future orders.

HOW TO MEASURE FOR A ONE PIECE PATIO CHAIR SLING PDF


How To Measure A Chair For New Replacement Slings for a one piece patio sling chair.

Each patio furniture replacement sling we produce is custom made to your dimensions. No two chair frames are alike. There is no "industry standard" chair size so measure each chair carefully. Take a few minutes to inspect each chair frame for problems such as damaged rails, broken bolts, rusted bolts and stabilizer bars that are welded at the back of the frame. Repair any problem areas before ordering.

IMPORTANT! 
  • All patio chairs and chaises must be completely disassembled to install new replacement slings.
  • Measurements should be taken while the fabric is still installed in the chair frame and all bolts are tight.
  • PLEASE DO NOT MEASURE THE OLD SLING! The old sling has stretched over time and is not an accurate measurement. Our slings will not fit if you use measurements from the old sling. You must measure on the frame with fabric installed.
 
Step 1 Identify The Sling Rails
 
How To Measure a patio sling chair for new replacement slings

The sling rail is what holds the fabric in place on the chair frame. Every replacement sling has an open pocket on each side along the length of the sling. Plastic tubing or spline is then inserted into the pockets on each side of the sling. The replacement sling and spline are then inserted into each sling rail. This is point just before the fabric begins to disappear into the sling rail.
When measuring the width we ask that measurements be taken at the CENTER OF THE RAIL. We realize there is additional fabric inside the rail and we account for this when making the new sling. Our replacement chair slings can stretch ½"-1" when tightened on the chair frame. Sling fabrics are designed to stretch when installed on the frame.
 
Step 2 - Measure Top Width
How To Measure a patio sling chair for new replacement slings     How To Measure a patio sling chair for new replacement slings
 
Take a measurement about 5-7 inches down from the top of the chair frame. Most patio sling chairs have a natural tendency to flair out at the very top but it's usually not necessary to account for this. Use a soft tape measure and measure from center of one rail across to the opposite rail. Measure to the nearest 1/8". When in doubt, round up to the nearest 1/8". Record this measurement.
 
Step 3 Measure Bottom Width
 
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Next measure about 2-4 inches up from the bottom. A good place to measure is at the final set of bolts on the chair frame. In most scenarios the bottom width should match the top width, but it doesn't have to so it's always best to measure just in case. When in doubt, round up to the nearest 1/8". Record this measurement.
  
Step 4 Measure Length for a new patio chair slings
 
How To Measure a patio sling chair for new replacement slings     How To Measure a patio sling chair for new replacement slings
 
How To Measure a patio sling chair for new replacement slings     How To Measure a patio sling chair for new replacement slings

When measuring the length of the sling rail start your tape measure at the very top of the sling rail where the end cap meets the metal frame. You will need to measure every bit of the aluminum sling rail from the very top to the bottom carefully following the contour of the sling rail. Use these three measurements when ordering replacement slings on our website.
 
You are now ready to place you order online!
 
IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Note: If your chair has a slight taper of a quarter inch or less from top to bottom, keep in mind that this is most likely due to the natural movement of the sling rails.

We recommend that our customers provide one overall measurement as often as possible as most chaise frames are made square with the exception of a few with evident tapers of a half inch or more.

DOUBLE CHECK YOUR MEASUREMENTS BEFORE YOU PLACE YOUR ORDER!
Replacement slings are non-returnable and non-refundable if made to your specifications. Make certain that the measurements you provide are accurate before placing an order. Remember the old saying "measure twice, cut once." All measurements should be made to the nearest eighth inch at all times. Do not make any adjustments to the measurements that you take. Our sewiers will add the necessary seam allowances for the length and width.
 
NEED HELP? If you are not sure how to measure your old patio furniture cushions, please contact us. We will gladly help you through the measurement process.
 
LEAD TIMES FOR CUSTOM MADE REPLACEMENT SLINGS WILL VARY
Please call to find out our lead time for custom made replacement slings, During peak season March - August, lead times may be longer than usual. If you are having a party or event, please plan ahead. We do not accept rush orders.
 
 

Replacement Sling Installation Instructions for a One Piece Patio Sling Chair 

This is a tutorial of a basic replacement sling installation for a one-piece patio sling chair. Your installation may vary as no two patio sling chairs are made the same. Installation of replacement slings is not without risk. Injury may occur during a sling installation or furniture may be damaged in the process. For this reason, we recommend professional installation as the best option when at all possible. Not every patio sling chair is installed in the exact same way. This patio sling installation tutorial is just a guideline to help you through the sling installation process. If you need some assistance or some basic moral support, just give us a call. Our sling installation experts have done and seen it all. We are here to help you through the sling installation process.

                

List Of Basic Tools For A Patio Replacement Sling Installation

  • Hammer
  • Pliers
  • Wire Cutters or Scissors
  • Utility Knife
  • Flat Head Screwdriver
  • Watered Down Dish Soap in a Spray Bottle
  • Penetrating Oil
  • Spouse/Significant Other/BFF for assistance

  • Take careful note of how your patio sling chair comes apart. If you own a digital camera it would be beneficial to take photos of your patio chair before disassembling.
  • You MUST completely disassemble your patio sling chair to install the new sling. You can not install the new sling by just loosening the bolts that hold the rails to the frame. The rails must come all the way to make installation easier.
  • Please do not compare the size of your new sling to your old sling. The new patio sling will seem like its too small. Do not worry. The patio sling fabric has tons of stretch to it. If you follow our instructions, the sling fabric should end up tightly stretched across the patio chair frame. We understand that it does not seem logical for your new patio sling to be a bit smaller than your old one. We got this! Promise! Your old sling fabric has stretched beyond its limits and is probably dry and brittle. The new sling has a ton of stretch to it. Some patio sling fabrics have more stretch than others and we take that into consideration when we determine the cut size and final size of your new replacement slings. Might take a little elbow grease and your BFF, significant other, or a local handy man to get it installed, but we know you can do it. Call us if you need some guidance. Our sling installation team is ready to assist!
  • Kindly try to INSTALL before you CALL

 

Reove the Old Plastic End caps on the Patio Sling Rail

IMPORTANT! As we mentioned, you need to disassemble your patio sling chair to get the new fabric patio sling installed. 

Using a flat head screw driver or pliers, gently remove the plastic end caps from both ends of the sling rails. Be careful when removing your old end caps, they are often dry, brittle and break easily. Chair Care Patio has a wide selection of common patio sling rail end caps that you can order to replace your current sling rail end caps.

 

 

 

Remove the Old Sling Material from The Patio Chair Frame

The easiest way to remove the old s icky patio sling is to slice it down the middle using a utility knife or heavy-duty scissors. If you choose not to destroy your old slings by cutting them in half, unbolt both sling rails before proceeding.

IMPORTANT! No need to keep the plastic sling rod or spline. Your new patio chair slings include new supple sling rod as part of the package. You old sling spline is likely too dry and brittle to reuse again. It will be very hard to rethread the spline into the sewn rod pocket of your new replacement slings. 

It is not uncommon for the sling to be wedged inside the sling rail. Using both hands, break the sling free by pushing it back inside the sling rail. Due to the weight of the body sitting on the old patio sling fabric, the fabric and plastic sling rod has become wedged up to the top of the opening of the rail. This in combination with dirt and debris, makes the edge of the sling fabric feel sort of glued in place. To help loosen the sling and fabric, spray some watered-down dish soap, like Dawn or Palmolive along the entire length of the sling rail. Give the soapy mixture a couple of minutes to work its magic. It needs some time to absorb into the rail and start dissolving the dirt and oils that are sticking to the fabric. 

 

 

 

 

 

HELPFUL TIP! If the old patio sling fabric is being stubborn and does not want to detach from the sling rail, break the fabric loose with a flat head screw driver. Push the patio sling fabric down into the sling rail with the flat end of the screw driver.

 

 

The old dirty fabric should slide out the bottom end of the sling rail with ease. Grasp the sling by hand or using a pair of pliers and strip it from the sling rail. Have someone hold the patio sling chair in place while another person pulls the old fabric out of the rail. Teamwork! Teamwork! Teamwork!

 

 

Remove the Bolts from the sling rails.

IMPORTANT! Keep your hardware for the reinstallation process.

The sling rails are what holds the edges of the new patio sling fabric along with the plastic rod or spline that is threaded into the rod pockets on your new patio sling.

One or both of the sling rails will be attached to main body of the patio sling chair frame with bolts. The bolts go through the sling rail and it the chair frame. Using the appropriate tool, remove all bolts (typically 4-6) from the patio chair frame. If your bolts prove difficult to remove, spray them with a penetrating oil (Liquid Wrench, NAPA 6300). The oil will help to loosen any rust or corrosion on the bolt. Let the oil soak for at least an hour before proceeding. Save bolts and any other hardware for reinstallation. If your bolts are bent or rusty it is a good idea to replace them.

IMPORTANT! – Do not force the bolt out of the frame. You risk breaking the bolts and possible stripping out the threaded inserts, which will result in additional repairs to the frame.

 

 

Insert the Sling Spline or Plastic Sling Rod

The new replacement slings will be shipped without the plastic sling rod or sling spline installed. Insert the sling spline in to each side of the sling. The sling spline will be longer than necessary; do not trim away the excess until later in the installation process. If you are having trouble inserting the sling spline, try sharpening the end in a pencil sharpener. Insert the pencil into the opposite end of the sling or the end you are pushing toward. The pencil or pen will be pushed out the end by the sling spline and not get caught on the inner hem. Tah Dah! Sling spline installed. Happy Patio Sling Customer. 

 

 

Insert the new replacement sling fabric and spline Into the Sling Rails

Before sliding the sling into the rail, make sure the rails are in the same position as they were before they were removed. Slide the fabric through the sling rails making sure to keep the tag at the top of the chair as this differentiates the top and bottom of the sling.

 

 

Start the Bolts through the sling rail and into the patio chair frame.

Place the sling rails with the newly installed sling onto the chair frame. Line up the holes and finger-tighten all of the bolts.

IMPORTANT! Do not tighten the bolts all the way. You want to work your way around the chair and tighten each bolt a little bit at a time, so the bolts tighten into the sling rails as the same rate. DO NOT fully tighten the bolts at this time.

DO NOT Tighten on side of the sling rail all the way!!!! You will never get the sling stretched to the other side!!!!

 

 

 

Tighten Bolts

Starting with the bottom of the chair, pull the sling until it is even with both sling rails. Once the sling is flush with BOTH sling rails, tighten only the two bottom bolts. This will keep the bottom of the sling tight and in place.

This step is AFTER the hand tightening process described above.

 

Stretch the Sling Material from the top and bottom

Eliminate any wrinkles left in the bend of the seat by stretching the fabric upward. You can use a pair of pliers to help stretch and pull the fabric through the sling rails. Careful not to pull so hard that you tear your sling fabric.

 

Note: It may be helpful to use a pair of clamps to hold the fabric as it tends to slip back down the sling rail. If you do not have clamps available, having someone to help with this step may prove useful. Position yourself behind the chair. Using pliers, stretch the sling upward to the edge of the sling rail so that both fabric and sling rail are even. At this point, use clamps or have someone hold the sling in place while you tighten the remaining bolts. The sling should now be tight and free of wrinkles.

 

Install Spreader Bar

If your chair was equipped with spreader bars they must be reinserted. Flip your chair upside down being careful not to scratch the arms. Try bending the spreader bar over your knee just enough to allow the spreader bar to fit in to place.

If you cannot bend the spreader bar, a spreader tool will be needed to spread the slings rails apart allowing room for the spreader bar. If needed a spreader tool can be ordered from this website.

 

Cut Excess Spline and Re-Install End Caps

Cut all excess sling spline with scissors or pliers and re-install end caps into sling rails by carefully tapping them in with a rubber mallet.

Note: Please try to install your slings before calling. New slings install snug and a certain amount of pushing and pulling is necessary to get the proper fit. If you are having a lot of trouble please consider purchasing one of our spreader tools.

 

 

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