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Scotchgard Fabric Protector
Helps repel spills, blocks stains and resists grime, keeping fabrics and upholstery cleaner and newer looking longer. Safe to use on dry cleanable fabrics including silks and wools.
The following are items that this product can protect:
- Silk Ties
- Tablecloths & Linens
- Chair Pads
- Auto Upholstery
- Throw pillows
Frequently Asked Questions
On what materials and fabrics can I use Scotchgard Fabric Protector?
This product works great on most fabrics! Whether natural fabrics like cotton & wool, synthetic fabrics like polyester & nylon, or delicate fabrics like silk; you can use Scotchgard protector for fabrics & upholstery. (It is always good to test in an inconspicuous spot for colour bleeding.) We do not recommend using on rugs, carpets, suede, plastics, or vinyl. On upholstery, check furniture manufacturer's care and warranty information. Examples of usage include: sofa, chairs, auto upholstery, camper & rv's, clothing, silk ties & blouses, delicate fabrics, wool, quilts, throw pillows, table linens, place mats, window treatments, crafts, canvas shoes, & more!
My upholstery has a clean ability code on it - what does this mean?
Some color dyes used in certain fabrics will bleed if washed with water; some will bleed if cleaned with solvents. The clean ability code will state whether the fabric colour is safe to clean with water (W), solvents (S), or both (W/S). The multi-use Scotchgard™ Fabric Protector can be used safely with S and W/S coded fabrics. recommended testing in an inconspicuous area first and following all directions and precautions on the label. In addition, check furniture manufacturer's care and warranty information as some cushion materials may not be compatible leading to potential fabric staining.
Can I use Scotchgard™ Fabric Protector for 'X'-coded fabrics?
We do not recommend using on fabrics with Clean ability codes of 'X.' 'X' stands for brush only and should not be cleaned with water or solvents.
How long does it take to dry?
Under average room temperature conditions (70 degrees F, 50% Humidity), most objects should be dry in 24 hours. Always be sure to check before wearing the treated areas. Longer dry times could occur under the following conditions: colder temperatures, more humid conditions, or heavy applications. Providing for proper ventilation for the product will also provide a quicker dry time in most conditions.
School Purchase Orders
We accept school, colleges, local council purchase orders, Fax your purchase order to us on 0121 359 7784