DIY: Reupholster Dining Chair

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Mehditation : Yay! My first official new channel random subject video!

Aditya Sriram : You my friend possess the godly skill of pulling out entertaining videos out of thin air Seriously, a 20 min video of a man reupholstering one chair and yet I am *glued* till the end

akarpowicz : That "noodly thing" is called piping. :-)

Khaffit : Sometimes I dont know if you intentionally do stuff inefficiently xD Your furniture looks fancy af I like your (wifes?) taste

Semi : I hate those W H I T E N O O D L E S

CircaSriYak : Wow I can't believe he didn't make it into an electric chair

Tech Hat : there's a "destapler" or whatever it's called at the lower end of a stapler

moonasha : if this is anything like the brake changing video, those 3 leftover chairs will be sitting there for the next 6 years

Kalle Grabowski : I just watched a very hairy man upholster a chair with grannypanties looking fabric. and loved it.

The Govenor : Why knot get a ay see wire and poot it all over da char.

Riley : I love when youtubers just randomly make totally different content

Yota_Ninja : Actually enjoyable to watch. Very cool and motivating. Thanks man.

Travis Piper : 14:15 That chair has seen things, horrible things...

ReabowRotors : And now you know why they charge that much :) Cuz people don't reaslise how easy it is!

RavenLuni : How did you manage to do that without getting electrocuted?

Super User : Never clicked on a video so fast!

Speech less : I'll do it myself and save 1200$ and make a video of it and save even more

Marc-André Brunet : Bravo, you are the first human that I subscribe on 2 different channels !👏👏👏

jotabeas22 : Mehdi: refreshing. I like seeing you do this kind of stuff. By the way, you should have put the seat's underside cover BEFORE the fabric. That way, you hide the ugly black edge quite better.

There is no name : When do we get to see ElectroWIFE?

Abbreviated Reviews : There's something really rewarding about doing work yourself... except when you fail miserably and have to call in the professionals regardless...

Sanidhya Agrawal : In India, you'll get this done for 12 dollars..

JoraForever : you need an special second channel outro

Headhunter203 : A tip for the end of the noodle doodle thingy is to take a lighter to it LIGHTLY (pun intended). This only works if the material is made out of polyester or some other synthetic plastics.

Charles Lumia : Nice job! It came out good imo. Can't see any issues at all.

TecStuff : Just use Duct Tape

Electrical Engineering Channel : very impressive :)

Machine Geek : II did not expect that to go so well. Well done man!

Hubert Ziebicki : Is mehdi canadian? He says "eh" a lot 😂

Antonie Arbogast : 3:00 literally Me at any job...

Nupid : 1200$ is almost as much as my monthly salary (part time ; 100h a month). I wouldn't want to spend a WHOLE MONTH WORK into polstering some chairs. Crazy. Also why are those Gus Thompson Chairs so damn expensive? One SINGLE Chair for 250$+ or more? Your behind must feel like it is sitting on clouds! I would rather go out, get some wood, do build some Charis myself + upholstering them myself on a weekend or two tho.


dilip batra : I'm pretty sure he won't do other 3 chairs as he is a lazy person!!

Thomas Wieferink : 12:12 close your eyes and enjoy. 13:55 and again.

The Strange Man : DIY: Mehdi Edition

Crash Bandicoot : Even out of his work field, he still manages to hurt himself HAAAHAH classic

Marc-André Brunet : Nice Channel Here !! I'm addicted again....

Mircea Crafter : Open a shop and do this since is paid so well

shubham preet : Engineers can do anything...☺️

Alex Gordon : It’s called piping. Like plumbing pipe.

Tecno Gameplay : take a tour of your home in a video

aboriani : "Those tiny monsters with their dirty and GREASY fingers"

Vegee : 13:38 I said Ooooh in the exact same tone right before you did!

Electronoobs : I see 1200 for 4 chairs a bit high yes, but I guess that service is for those with very expensive chairs (like old vintage grandma chair) because if not, it is way cheaper to buy new ones. I've mehditate a lot with this video! Keep up!

Chr1z2 : Wow, you are a real charity worker! *wink* *wink*

mrsemifixit : Could sew the end of the noodle thing a bit to keep it from unwinding

mrsemifixit : This is how most of us attempt anything electronic

Daz M : Why no electrodes under the fabric for unpleasant guest?

Kingratman Stephens : Awesome work man . It's nice

SAMUEL MARQUES : Good video, my family actually as already spent a lot of money paying people to fix our chairs. Cool that you DIY! Keep it up! ;)