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Sukhumvit Road near Boon Kanchana Intersection.
If traveling South on Sukhumvit, make a U-turn at the Boon Kanchana traffic light (next one after Thepprasit Road intersection) OR if traveling to the top of Boon Kanchana, turn left (north) on Sukhumvit. The shop is on your left 2 or 3 shop houses from the intersection.
Expat recommending: Took my 7 year old Honda Car in to fix a seat upholstery problem. It looked like new when they finished and still looks very good today, 2 years later.
Took my 3-year-old Executive Office Chair in because fabric was splitting (December 2018). Took it in on Wednesday afternoon, picked up opening time (8am) on Friday morning, looks like new.
Cost was 2,500 baht. Not sure how good they may speak English as my Thai partner was the one that took the car in and later the chair.
Expat Comment: Re-upholstered my motor bike seat for 350 baht - excellent workmanship -price depends on material, size and complexity of design. Speaks a little English.
Upholstery Pro Pattaya
Furniture, Mattress, Carpet, Vechicle
Expat Comment: The lady showed up with all her cleaning paraphernalia and she worked on it for well over two solid hours and it wasn't just those cushions. She removed all the cushions, cleaned them, and then proceeded to virtually renew the entire sofa. I wasn't expecting her to put in so much work.
The fee was 1200 baht, and I thought for all the work she did and the time it took, 1200 baht really was not enough.
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