Colors for Reference Only

These are a high performance upholstery vinyl, it can be used in high traffic environments
from hospitality and healthcare to marine, automotive or outdoor applications.
To keep your material looking great, please clean spills as soon as they occur with a
mild soap and water solution and a clean cloth. Allow the area to air dry.
See more below for detailed stain cleaning .

  • Weight: 36 oz per linear yd
  • Fabric Content:
    • Face: 100% PVC
    • Backing: 100% Spun Polyester Terry Loop
  • Abrasion: 1,800,000 Double Rubs
  • Lightfastness: 650 hrs UV
  • Mildew and Sulfide Stain Resistant
  • Flame Specification: CAL TB 117-2013, UFAC Class 1, MVSS302, NFPA 260, IMO Part 8 (3.1 & 3.2), BIFMA X5.7-1991 SEC. 5.2.2 Class A
  • Applications: Hospitality, Fitness, Healthcare, Workspace, Automotive, Marine, RV, Senior Living, Education, Outdoor, Residential

Remove ordinary dirt and smudges with a mild soap and water
solution and a clean, soft cloth or towel. Dry with a soft, lint-free cloth
or towel. CAUTION: The use of vinyl “conditioners” or “protectants” is
not recommended and should be avoided on vinyl treated with
PreFixx® protective finish.

To clean difficult stains, locate the staining agent in the list below and
follow the corresponding recommended cleaning method. For best
results, treat stains immediately. Cleaning Tip: to determine the
method and type of cleaners, the source of the stain should be
identified.

Type of Stain:
Baby oil, ketchup, chocolate, motor oil,
olive oil, grape juice, blood, tea, coffee and
betadine, use Method 1
Eye shadow, crayon and grease, use
Method 1, if stain remains, use Method 2
Tobacco tar (nicotine), permanent felt
marker, yellow mustard, lipstick, ballpoint
pen and spray paint, use Method 1, if stain
remains, use Method 2 and for remaining
stubborn stains use Method 3

Method 1: Clean area with Formula 409® All-Purpose Spray Cleaner
or Fantastik® Spray Cleaner, using a soft cloth or damp sponge, rinse
area with fresh water, then dry with a clean lint-free cloth.

Method 2: Use a solvent-type cleaner, such as rubbing alcohol
(isopropyl alcohol). Rinse cleaned area with fresh water, then dry with
a clean lint-free cloth.

Method 3: Use a strong, active solvent cleaner diluted in water (70%
water/30% solvent cleaner) such as acetone based nail polish remover
(acetone/water). Clean with a soft cloth or damp sponge. Stain should
be removed with less than 6 rubs. If the stain persists after 6 rubs, the
stain has set and probably cannot be removed. Rinse area with fresh
water, then dry with a clean, lint-free cloth.

 

**Color matching without proper sheen is very unlikely for an exact match on a partial order.