With unbelievable stain resistance and cleanability,
NeverFear Fabrics actually surpass industry standards for
performance, to ensure your customers years of faithful
service, all without sacrificing beauty, softness or luxury.
Z-Wovens created these fabrics with two-level stain
protection. At the first level, spills are repelled and
prevented from entering the fabric, so stains are easily
removed. Should stains go unnoticed, eventually working
into the fabric, a second barrier with a proprietary
releasing property prevents most stains from becoming permanent.
Watch as Kate demonstrates how simple it is to remove
spills like wine, and especially tough stains, like mustard.
Turmeric, a main ingredient in mustard is actually used
as a fabric dye, but the two-level stain protection of
NeverFear Fabrics keeps even the most tenacious stains
from becoming permanent.
Regular vacuuming of your upholstered furniture will enhance the beauty and
longevity of your fabric.
Treat spills promptly. Gently Blot away the spill with a clean, dry absorbent cloth.
Do not rub.
Attempt removal of dried contaminants with a soft brush or dull knife prior to
using a wet treatment.
Important! Test a small hidden section of the upholstery to ensure fabric and
color are not affected. For severe stains, consult a professional upholstery cleaner.
While all stains may not be completely removed, these guidelines are suggested
for best results.
Use a water-based soap solution of 1 tablespoon laundry detergent per 2 cups
warm water. Dampen the cleaning cloth and Gently Blot away the spill. Do not
rub. Rotate the cleaning cloth often and rinse with water to ensure complete
removal of all soap residue.
Use a mild solvent-based residential upholstery cleaner and follow the
Contaminant and Cleaning Method
Chocolate, Coffee — Method A with tepid water
Fruit — Method A with cold water
Ink — Method A with rubbing alcohol
Milk, Wine, Soft Drinks — Method A
Grease, Oil, Lipstick — Method B
Wax — Brush first, then Method B
Vomit — Lift with cold water sponge, then Method A
Pencil — Method B followed by Method A
Mud — Lift off, vacuum, then Method A