Zero gravity lawn chair away because the band is ripping and abrasion, change the band and make the chair like new again. If you learn to put the strap on a lawn chair, you can save money by fixing the chair and not having to buy a new one. Webbing your own lawn chairs is easy. When you see how easy it is, you’ll wonder why you’ve been waiting for so long to learn how to put the strap on a lawn chair.
How to put Webbing on a lawn chair
Remove all old bands on zero gravity lawn chair. This is done by using a wrench or socket that fits the screw under the seat. Each piece of the tape is held in place with a screw at each end. Make sure you have all the screws removed. Cut your new seat frame for the horizontal and vertical widths of the chair. Be sure to add an extra two inches to each piece for the fold; you will do when you turn on the web with the screw.
Start laying the vertical belt to the zero gravity lawn chair. Remember to go under the back bar that connects the seat and back. Take the first part of the band. Fold over an inch at the end and insert the ends to make a triangle then. Then fold the point in the triangle down to meet the lower edge. Now, take the nail and hammer and make your pilot hole in the middle of the fold. Place the screw through the pilot hole and use a wrench or socket to tighten the screw and the strap to the chair. Repeat this process for all vertical band parts. Remember, at each end, you will make folds before attaching to the chair.
Start the horizontal belt on the seat of the zero gravity lawn chair. Make pleats at each end and insert the screws to keep the fold in place while weaving the band in and out of the vertical band. Then use the key to tighten the belt and the screw to the chair frame. Continue until you reach the top of the back. Fold the chair up and lay in a storage shed to keep in direct sunlight when not in use. This will help protect the band from the elements that cause it to collapse.
Tips and warnings
Make sure all the screws are tightened before you sit down on the chair. Never just make a herd with the band; you have to do every week to make the band stronger.