Tired of Your Old and Dirty Sofa?

Most of the sofa cover I had seen we’re so ugly and completely ruined the overall decor with their over-the-top design..

Also, not to mention, they looked like they won’t be able to survive more than one duel against my little kitten’s claws.

Most looked bad, smelled bad and overall didn’t do the job they we’re supposed to do.

But then, while browsing online...
 


I found something that changed my expectations of what a sofa cover can be completely.

The company was called Coverlastic.

I checked out a couple of positive reviews, and decided to take the plunge and order one of their golden-brown spandex-lycra cover versions.

And oh my god… was it worth it.

Finally!!
 
























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