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    Default Re: Hancock & Moore Cushions

    We definitely think we're going with the standard seat cushions, we just don't know what is best for the backs. Does it matter with the recliner if you get standard backs (Ghent)? I've never had a recliner before so not sure.

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    Just stay with standard is my recommendation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drcollie View Post
    From the H&M Catalog, describing the various cushion options.

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    From the H&M Catalog, describing the various cushion options.
    From what I can make of the BACK cushions offered in Hancock Moore on this picture you attached, there are only three options. Fiber plush back cushions, premium white goose feather and down cushions, and ultra down back cushions. Which one is considered standard, not by what normally comes on floor models, but rather standard as in Qualux foam or are none of those three considered that? I've never seen a model with fiber plush back cushions so is that something that is extra?

    Also, which is firmer of the three offered? I'm assuming that the premium white goose feather/down cushions would be the softest/cushiest of the three followed by ultra down and then the fiber plush back? I don't want a super cushy back that I'm literally falling into without much support, but don't want it hard as a brick either. Are standard seat cushions the same as standard back cushions (meaning the same material used)? I guess I want something in the middle, not too cushy and not too firm, which of those three is what I'm looking for? I don't know why this is confusing me so much, LOL. I'm close to making a decision, just want to understand the back cushion part before we make our final decision.

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    Default Re: Hancock & Moore Cushions

    At Hancock & Moore, Qualux Seats and Fiber Plush Backs are standard. There are no Qualux backs and there are no Fiber Plush seats.

    Fiber Plush Backs are the most firm of the three available and the most popular. Again, everything is subjective, but I've only come across one customer who said that standard backs were too hard for her. We never sell Premium White Goose Feather Down backs or seats - they are far too soft and need constant fluffing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarahc View Post
    At Hancock & Moore, Qualux Seats and Fiber Plush Backs are standard. There are no Qualux backs and there are no Fiber Plush seats.

    Fiber Plush Backs are the most firm of the three available and the most popular. Again, everything is subjective, but I've only come across one customer who said that standard backs were too hard for her. We never sell Premium White Goose Feather Down backs or seats - they are far too soft and need constant fluffing.
    If standard backs are fiber plush backs then that sounds like what I need to order then as the ultra down BACKS are too soft for us. Thanks for explaining this so patiently with me.

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