Gaceful and refined, the phthalate free vinyl Argon has a luxurious, soft hand and leather appearance for a high-performance product. Created to withstand all high-traffic interiors.
137cm x 45.7m - Available by the lineal metre
Phthalate free vinyl, 100% polyester backing
|Abrasion||100,000 + double rubs Wyzenbeek|
Advanced Protective Topcoat
|Pattern Repeat Size||N/A|
No added fire retardant
Healthier Hospitals compliant
Complies with CAL01351
Tested in accordance with AS1530.3
Spread of Flame Index - 0
Smoke Developed Index - 5
2-year warranty. Visit baresque.com.au/about/faq/ for complete details.
• 2-weeks (approx.) from Wednesday, subject to stock availability.
• Additional 1-week for Western Australia.
• Express delivery is available subject to a surcharge. Contact Baresque for details and pricing.
Removal of dust and stains will keep your upholstery looking good and performing well for years.
Any stains should be addressed promptly since, the longer the stain remains, the more difficult it will be to remove and untreated stains may become permanent. For very large or difficult stains, we recommend that you contact a reputable, professional upholstery cleaning
REMOVAL OF STAINS
The type of stain you are trying to remove will dictate the type of cleaner to be used. Water-based stains should be removed with water-based cleaners. Oil-based stains should be removed with a water-free, dry cleaning solvent. A water/bleach solution can also
be used for more challenging stains.
If the stain is wet, gently blot away any extra fluid that might remain on the fabric. If a stain still remains and additional cleaning is required, a cleaner can be applied lightly to a soft cloth and gently worked into the stained area.
The cleaner can then be wiped away using a damp cloth. Use clean water to rinse away any remaining cleaning solution. We recommend cleaning of stains with a light application of the cleaning solution. The process can be repeated if additional cleaning is required.
Avoid heavy application of cleaning agents and saturation of the fabric as this can cause damage and leave marks.
If the stain is dry, a soft bristle brush can be used to gently remove any remaining accumulated matter. Any loose material can then be vacuumed away and, if a stain remains, cleaning can then be performed as described above.
If a stain cannot be removed by these methods, a solution of 10 parts water to 1 part bleach can be used. Never use full strength bleach.
Apply the solution to the stained area and allow it to linger on the fabric for approximately 15 minutes. The bleach solution must be thoroughly rinsed away with clean water and dried using a soft towel. Be sure to remove all bleach solution as any that is allowed to remain may damage the fabric and shorten the life of the product.
Any cleaning agent should always be tested on an area of the piece that is not readily visible before being applied to the stained area.