Michael: Alright. Mary Ann: Now, this is bonded and this is the part of the kid as well so you get the foam and you get this bonded polyester and it’s about and inch stick because it’s kind a floppy. Michael: Three quarters of that, yup. Mary Ann: Okay and the surface of it is a little bit stiff. Michael: What they say bonded is when they’ve actually sprayed the surface in and bonded the fibers together. Mary Ann: Okay. Michael: If you notice you can go in the inside and it’s not really bonded that much and its softer. Mary Ann: No, it’s more like a quilt bag on the inside. Michael: A little bit yup. Mary Ann: But this is a little stiffer on the outside. This is what the professionals used, when they’re doing upholstery work because you don’t want that really soft quilt that you put inside in fabric for a quilt. Michael: It tears. Mary Ann: It does and so you want something a little tougher. Michael: Let me show you what’s so nice about this. Okay, just centered on your piece of bonded polyester and let’s put stapler and we have already. Okay on this one will pull it up and you notice will crush the foam there. Can everybody see that or actually crushing that foam with the bonded polyester? Mary Ann: Press it down and I’m pulling it back. Michael: Pull it over and we’re going to run it about the half inch into the bottom. Now, a lot of times you will finish your bonded even with the side rail to make the edge sharp if you’re putting a welt down there. We are not, we want around to the edge look okay. Mary Ann: Because it’s fabric and just going to be the edge and not going to have. Michael: Right. Mary Ann: Okay. Michael: So again, will press it down and now notice what you can do with this bonded. You can pull it, I mean you can pull it and make your shape with it. Now, that we’ve created this front to back-- Mary Ann: And that’s— it’s really kind of nice but you rounded the whole edges where that foam was roll. Michael: It’s crush the foam down and here is where they go, look at this. Mary Ann: Oh wow. Michael: Isn’t that neat? It just creates this. Clear at shape, it just shapes it right up and that’s what this bonded polyester does. Mary Ann: You couldn’t pull a quilt that like that and would just shred. Michael: No, and it allows you to make this beautiful shapes by just pulling it of course our camera cannot see this as well and I think that you can see what’s happening see if can face it to the camera. What’s happening is this just creating this beautiful rounded edge. Mary Ann: So when you do that to your brushes. Michael: Yeah. Mary Ann: When you brush it with your hand like that you cannot see it. Michael: Use your hands because what you’re doing is your actually bringing the tension any loss area that you are getting those loss areas out. Now, if you notice I’m going to front to back. Mary Ann: Not too much on each side because there is always have a good and could in the above center. Michael: Not the side yet. Mary Ann: I can’t believe how much it falling like-- Michael: Yup. This bonded polyester is so nice for shaping. Look at the shape that are already. Mary Ann: Well you know that it makes the foam fill really nice. Michael: Really does too, it now we’ve collapse the foam on the edges so the edges are actually firmer so they really hold that round shape, they don’t go flat. Mary Ann: No that’s your hitting with your legs every time you sit down. Michael: Alright let’s go side to side. Same thing we’re going to pull it. Mary Ann: Now the one thing that I do notice is that you are not totally flattening it, your pulling it taught but you are not crushing it too much. Michael: No, I’m probably— I think if you look real close you can see a line where the edge of the top the foam was. Mary Ann: Yup. Michael: I probably crush the foam halfway. Mary Ann: Okay. Michael: So a quarters of an inch. Mary Ann: That’s a good gate because otherwise if you don’t know exactly how much is you know how much is too much and how much is a little at the top part. Michael: Exactly, this is good. Let’s take different corner. Mary Ann: Okay. Michael: Okay, we get in to our corner we’ve done our front we’ve our side and we got our back now just take this corner and just you can grab the whole thing. Mary Ann: Oh wow. Michael: That’s what you are doing it that whole. Mary Ann: If you need to gather a little bit. Perfect. Michael: Don’t try to make it look easy. Mary Ann: Well and there is no bubble and there is no—and you know that’s a thing too if you have a nice fabric you don’t’ want allow that vault in the corner and you don’t want to folded over and I’ve seen that work and you know people will finish things and they lean up folding the corners over which is bonded and you don’t want to do that it just going to make too bulky. Michael: Great you do the next corner. Mary Ann: I will pull you shoot. No I wasn’t. Michael: Let’s see if you can do it. Yup you don’t have to do at all at one time. Take the center for the few in there. Okay not that area going to the corner. Mary Ann: Oh yeah. Michael: Okay now we pull this area. Mary Ann: Oh I see, okay because in what you saw was that line on the foam pulled back on me. Michael: Right. Mary Ann: So like that? Michael: Yup, and you see your corners is the same as my corner. Mary Ann: It does and this is really easy. Michael: There you go. Mary Ann: And you know what this is really fast. I didn’t think it would be that quick but— Michael: Actually the next step is we are going to trim this and we are going to put cover on okay. Mary Ann: Perfect. Michael: Let’s finish this out and it will be right back. Oh okay we showed you how to do the round corner in the front. Mary Ann: Yup. Michael: There is a square corner in the back. Mary Ann: But this one is got a little bit of everything doesn’t it? Michael: Let me trim some of this out and so you can see it better. Now, what we’ve done here is we’ve pulled one side we started our pull towards to the corner and towards to the corner of this way and I’ve done one side and now this last side the pull is the same way to the corner. Mary Ann: Oh instead of grabbing and at the corner to pull it down and you try to make it square. Michael: Right. Mary Ann: Okay. Michael: Now, will walk into the corner and now the last little bit right there just kind of split the difference and put one right in the corner okay. Mary Ann: Very easy. Michael: Now to trim it out we just cut right along our staples. Mary Ann: And you don’t have to be too worried about this because this is going to be on the bottom of the chair so the only when you doing some of this is you know some might came in and a little ways from the edge and you didn’t come all the way or you didn’t come in like two inches so try to stay within that edge of the sit so that you don’t have it too far in. you don’t want that much bulk. Michael: You see that? Mary Ann: Very cool. Michael: That’s really nice. Now would fit right on the chair. Mary Ann: Wow. Michael: See I get you a nice puffy sit, you will see it we’ve done with this rounded edge you know we’ve made the whole chair have that soft look. Mary Ann: Nice. Michael: Okay. Mary Ann: Very nice. Michael: The last thing we are going to do is another— Mary Ann: Fabric, okay.