Step 1

Turn the recliner over

Check that you have zig-zag springs (as shown). This will not work with broken seat springs, strap webbing, or coil spring construction (found in big man’s chairs).

Step 2

Slide in Spring-by-Spring

After the recliner is upside-down, extend the footrest. Feed the SagsAway specialized foam material between the seat springs and the seat cushion to restore the cushion density.

Step 3

Still Not Firm Enough?

You can install different thickness configurations depending on the severity of your sag. Stack 1, 2, or 3 pieces thick until you get the amount of support desired.

There is no need to cover or support the entire seat area, just place SagsAway in the center of the seat.