The cushions are great for keeping the back of your hand and arm warm during long-distance travel, but there’s a little thing that’s often overlooked.
There’s an extra layer of cushioning underneath the surface that you can cover with fabric.
The only drawback to this technique is that you need to be able to pick it up and put it on with your bare hands.
We asked the people who do this for us for their tips on how to make it work for you.
Here are their suggestions:Pick up the material and put on it by folding it over and over.
When you are done, remove the folded material.
Get the backside of the cushioning flat and roll it up.
It’s much easier to put it over the top of the material than underneath it, and it’s easier to pick up the cushion as it rolls down, too.
Put the material on the edge of the cushions edge.
Make sure the edge is flat and that you have enough room to fold over the cushion.
Try putting it on the back and side of the couch.
This will help the fabric absorb moisture and keep the cushion from drying out.
Make sure to have a flat surface to put the material flat on, like a countertop.
If you’re doing it for a couch, you will want to lay the cushioned area flat on the couch, rather than on the edges of the floor.
If it’s too dry, you might not need to roll the cushion on top of it.
Use a soft towel to wrap around the cushion to keep it from rolling off.
This is easier to do when you are putting the cushion over the edge.
The cushion will be covered by the towel, so you can use a soft cloth to wipe it down with.
If you don’t want to use a towel, you can also put the cushional on a flat plate that’s covered in the cushion material, then roll it over with a flat piece of paper.
This allows you to remove the cushion and roll the paper back onto the cushion surface.