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Foam/cushion shops in NYC/Hudson Valley

Hi all--

My plan is to make the interior cushions on a Bristol 27 myself, and I'm researching options to purchase the foam (and possibly have it professionally cut). Any foam/cushion outfits in NYC/Hudson Valley you would recommend?

Also: Any advice? Thinking 3-4 inch closed cell foam is the only way to go, right?

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Re: Foam/cushion shops in NYC/Hudson Valley

Tillims, West Nyack, NY
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Re: Foam/cushion shops in NYC/Hudson Valley

I have seen posts where it was recommended to purchase a foam mattress and cut it yourself. Take a look on line, you would have a lot of choices on firmness etc.
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