Content: 100% Polyester
Abrasion Resistance (ASTM D4157): 100,000 double rubs
Tensile Strength (CFFA-17): Warp: 214.0 lbs.
Fill: 184.0 lbs.
Tear Strength (CFFA-16): Warp: 17.2 lbs.
Fill: 17.3 lbs.
Seam Slippage: Warp: 83.0 lbs.
Fill: 83.0 lbs.
Colorfastness to Crocking (AATCC 8): Dry: 4.0
Colorfastness to Light(AATCC16): Hours:40
California Technical Bulletin 117 Section E: Passes
NFPA 260: Class 1
UFAC: Class 1
SCS Certified: Yes
How to Clean Crypton® and INCASE™
Mix 5 parts water with 1 part of an enzyme laundry detergent (Tide® or Cheer®) to have a mixture that works well on all stains. Most liquid spills simply blot off the surface with a dry towel. If a stain remains, follow these simple steps: .
1.Remove excess soil, and apply the soap mixture on the stained area. .
2.Allow solution to remain on stain for 1 minute. .
3.Blot up the stain with a dry, clean towel, rinse any remaining soap and blot the area again.
Repeat these steps if a spot still remains. If agitation is necessary, spray the stained area and work the stain using a soft brush or edge of spoon from outside of spot toward the middle. Blot and rinse to remove any soap.
Most housekeeping operations periodically extract the upholstered surfaces. Follow these steps to safely remove stains using extraction equipment:
1.Before wet cleaning, vacuum the upholstery.
2.Apply a cleaning solution to specific spots, and lightly brush. .
3.Follow directions on filling extraction machine with proper solution, wet the area with pre-spray and vacuum up the solution.
Cleaning information is offered for general guidance and is not a guarantee. The use of certain cleaning agents can be harmful to the surface appearance and lifespan of a product. DIY Upholstery Supply LLC assumes no responsibility for damage to a product resulting from lack of cleaning, improper cleaning or the misuse of cleaning agents. Certain clothing and accessory dyes (such as those used on denim jeans) may migrate to materials and cause permanent damage. DIY Upholstery Supply LLC cannot be held responsible for dye transfer caused by external contaminants.