OEM Color Line
100% + Stretch in both directions
Nominal Total Thickness: 0.0048 inches (48 ± 5 mils)
Standard Weight: 36 ± 2.25 ounces per linear yard
Cold Resistance: Passes -60°F (Federal Standard 191A 5874)
1000 Hours Weathermeter (ASTM G135-00a Cycle 1, Formerly G23-99)
Abrasion Resistance: No significant wear after 30,000 double rubs with #8 cotton duck using the Wyzenbeek test method.
Width: 54 inches
View Flame Resistance
Manufactured to meet the following flammability* requirements:
California Flammability Regulation (Bulletin 117, Section E)
UFAC Class 1
BIFMA Class A
*This term and all corresponding data refer to typical performance in the specific test indicated and should not be construed to imply the behavior of this or any other material under actual fire conditions.
View Care and Cleaning
In general, most common stains can be cleaned using warm, soapy water and clear water rinses. Moderate scrubbing with a medium bristle brush will help loosen soiling materials from the depressions of embossed surfaces. For more stubborn stains, use Formula 409* commercially available mild detergent† in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Full strength rubbing alcohol or mineral spirits†† may be tried cautiously as a last resort on very stubborn stains, if the above suggestions do not work. Indiscriminate use of any solvent, or solvent containing cleaner, can severely damage or discolor vinyl.
Note: Detergent should never be used on a regular or repeated basis for normal cleaning. DIY Upholstery Supply recommends repeated rinsing with clear water after any cleaning procedure.
†When opening a new container, please test the cleaner in an inconspicuous area as cleaner manufacturers may change formula without notice.
DIY Upholstery Supply cannot be responsible when unknown changes are made by the manufacturer of the cleaner to their formulations between our 6-month verification intervals
††Caution: Exercise care as these solvents are flammable. Use only small quantities of solvents and keep clear of any sources of ignition. Wear protective gloves and ensure cleaning takes place in a well-ventilated area.