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I went to this resale near home. I see a Lazy Boy lift chair like for the disabled. It's a regular recliner chair. But will put a disabled person up to the stand position. It reclines back also with the foot rest. You probably seen ads for them on tv. I seen them go as high as 1000$ in the stores. They wanted 49.99$. But today at this particular resale. All furniture was half off. So I got it for 26$. I got our 18 yr old son to bring it home. He moaned the whole time. Why do we need a chair bla bla bla. I said well dad is disabled. He has a hard time getting to the standing position from the chair or couch. This will be a great help. If you all know Lazy Boy furniture. Well it's expensive. But good quality. It's a medium brown. Feels like corduroy fabric. A little Febreeze will freshen it up nice. But for the most part is in mint condition. It matches all the other furniture in the back room where dh has his computer and tv. I have it in place of his computer chair for more comfort.
I got some Febreeze anti microbial. It freshened up that chair just nice. No more musty smell. This type Febreeze is suppose to kill germs that cause oder. Might be a good thing not knowing who sat in it last. Dh is just so happy with the chair. I'm glad I got it.