Knit backing is permanently bonded to the back of fabrics, adding body, resiliency, and durability while eliminating seam slippage. This fabric backing makes lightweight fabrics such as silks, cottons, and chenilles more suitable for upholstery use.
Wallpaper backing is a nonwoven material that is applied to the back of fabrics to make them suitable for use as wall coverings. This adds body, stability, and makes the fabric easier to work with when cutting and pasting onto a wall.
Our stain protection technologies make it easier to keep your upholsteries, draperies, and fine fabrics looking fresh and clean, protecting them from soil, stains and spills. Our processes do not impact the weight, look, feel, or color of the fabric.
Natural fiber fabrics that are exposed to sunlight will fade over time. Our ultra violet treatments will minimize the effects of the sun by blocking ultra-violet rays, prolonging the use and increasing the colorfastness of the fabric.
Fabrics used in public places such as schools, theaters, convention halls, hotels, and other public places must meet certain flammability standards. A common test for fabric flammability is the NFPA 701 Test.
Bonding involves fusing two or more substrates together for enhanced strength, puncture resistance, and appearance.