Your questions answered

May 2001
Cabinet Maker;05/25/2001, Issue 5239, p5
Trade Publication
Presents a question-and-answer advisory on warranty of furniture and upholstery purchases. Advice on customer complaints on suite quality; Tips for solving customer complaints on hollow fiber filled cushions.


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