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The aesthetics and durability of UltraFabrics® brand products make them a brilliant leather alternative with superior quality. UltraFabrics® utilizes efficient manufacturing processes that are based on conservation of raw materials, toxic-free solutions, and minimal dependency on natural resources. As harmony with human and environmental integration is the nature of this brand, the breathability, PVC free, and the low VOC performance attributes of UltraFabrics® products ensure a sustainable presence within your inner and outer environment.
One of the best ways to keep your chair looking great is through proper maintenance and regular cleaning to prevent excessive dirt from accumulating. To help keep the quality fabrics looking it's best, follow these guidelines to extend the life of the fabric:TIPS
UltraFabrics® engineers high-performance polyurethane materials utilizing proprietary Takumi™ Technology that includes premium quality polycarbonate resins in our manufacturing process. This ensures it stays ahead of the cleaning and disinfecting challenges faced by lesser quality polyurethane constructions, and withstands the various cleaners and disinfectants essential for keeping high-traffic environments clean and sterile. Below is a list of cleaners and disinfectants that have been tested on UltraFabrics® materials with passing results when cleaning guidelines are followed as directed*:
|ALCOHOL-BASED CLEANERS & DISINFECTANTS||BLEACH-BASED DISINFECTANTS||HYDROGEN PEROXIDE BASED DISINFECTANTS||QUATERNARY-BASED DISINFECTANTS|
This information is not a guarantee. Please use all cleaning and disinfecting agents safely and as instructed. The use of other cleaning agents, disinfectants, conditioners or protectants is not recommended and can degrade fabric's performance and may void your warranty.
Ink & Stain Resistant Collections note:
A variety of clothing and accessories may contain dyes that could transfer to lighter colors, depending upon variations in temperature and humidity. Dye transfer is difficult to control, not always fully preventable, and may be irreversible. Fabric may not protect against intentional stains or permanent inks.