The first step is to find a piece – literally half a matchbox – of fabric that is similar in color to the seat trim. You can cut off the residue sticking out from below, you can look for suitable material at home – it does not matter. We carefully scrape off the melted fabric from the edges of the burnt hole – dexterity is needed here, not speed. We smear the cut with glue – this is the first drop of PVA – and put it under the “scene”, passing the fabric through the hole. We straighten, we press, we wait.
The second stage is the top layer. With scissors, we very carefully clean the pile from parts of the chairs invisible to the eye – any: even the back sofa, if it is easy to recline – and collect the ball centimeter by centimeter. Next, we apply the second drop of PVA – this is truly a great scientific achievement of mankind – and distribute it inside the hole so that the glue does not go beyond the burnt surface. There and only there we lay the pile obtained by the barbaric method and distribute it over the entire surface. After – roll out with a roller. Or what do we have in this role?
Final – combing the chair after drying. It is not worth using valiant prowess and heroic strength, but patience and accuracy are very desirable. PVA glue dries for a long time, so our task is to distribute the pile over the entire “damage zone”. The more carefully we do this, the less “mute reproach” will be visible.
As practice shows, even the first experience can be successful if you do not rush. And such a “patch” lasts for a long time. Alas, much longer than a new similar problem appears.