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ziggystarrust Sun 12-May-13 10:28:28

has anyone found a solution to keeping a throw on a leather sofa ...trying to keep scratches to a minimum!!

desperateforaholiday Sun 12-May-13 10:45:39

Just tuck it in, you could try double sided tape or sew it into a sofa shape and place over. Or knit some dog slippers smile

moosemama Sun 12-May-13 15:38:03

You could try the rubberised gripper sheeting that people use to stop stuff slipping around in caravan cupboards etc. Like this.

Either that or the under-rug mats you can buy to stop rugs slipping on wooden floors. Like this.

Gingersstuff Mon 13-May-13 09:38:10

I've never managed it yet. Have three dogs and no matter how artfully I arrange the throws and cushions on our two sofas, as soon as my back's turned they're all on the floor except for the one cushion that our lab likes to beat mercilessly into the desired shape cuddle up to.
I even found myself sitting on the floor the other night with Big Dog sprawled out on one sofa with all bits hanging out and the two girls taking up the other one, and thinking "something's not right here" hmm

silverangel Mon 13-May-13 13:11:15

Nope, my dog pulls the throw off so he can get nice and comfy without it...

typoqueen Mon 13-May-13 18:05:36

I gave up with the throws, my leather sofa now has its own superking size duvet, which is tucked down behind the back of the sofa, sofa then pushed right against the wall hahahahahaha grin I thought, but the bugger still pulls it off leaves it in a heap on the floor and promptly throws himself on the sofa and cleans all the yoghurt and other sticky items off that the 6 year old dd has got all over it and sniffs out all the hidden stuff that same dd has stuffed down the sides of the cushions hmm

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