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Per Linear Yard
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Content: 100% Silicone face / 100% Polyester back
Back: 100% Polyester
Width: 54 Inches
Face: 100% Silicone
Finish: Stain Resistant
Weight: 25.6 oz. per linear yard
Vertical Repeat: N/A
Horizontal Repeat: N/A
Suggested Use: Upholstery
Application suitability is the sole responsibility of the designer/purchaser.
Contact Customer Service if you need information on a test not listed below.
California Technical Bulletin, 117: Pass
IMO A.652 (16) 8.2 : Pass
IMO A.652 (16) 8.3: Pass
MVSS 302 : Pass
NFPA 260 : Pass
UFAC Class 1 : Pass
Cold Crack CFFA-6 Federal Standard: -40*F
Colorfastness to Light AATCC 16-40 hrs.: 1,500 hrs.
Crocking AATCC-8: Dry:5; / Wet: 5
Mildew Resistant ASTM G21-96: Pass
Abrasion ASTM D 41 57-10: 200,000
Seam Strength ASTM D751-98: 90 lbs./in.x 90 lbs /in. min.
Day-to-Day Cleaning -- Remove ordinary dirt and smudges with mild soap and water. Dry with a soft, lint-free cloth or towel. The use of conditioners or protectants is not required nor recommended.
Silicone Upholstery - its cleanability is permanent, and won't wear out. Disinfecting -- A 10:1 ratio of water to bleach solution may be used as a disinfectant. Rinse the surface with clean water after disinfecting. Dry with a soft, lint-free cloth or towel. We recommend that you use Clorox Healthcare products VersaSure wipes and Hydrogen Peroxide wipes to disinfect Sta-Kleen Silicone products in commercial settings.
Stain Removal - Upholstery protected with Think Silicone is resistant to most common stains. To keep your furniture looking new, stains such as ballpoint pen can be dry-erased with a clean, lint-free cloth. Gently rub the area until the stain has been removed. Wet or gooey stains such as food stains (e.g., ketchup) or topical stains (e.g., antiseptics, lotions and creams) should first be wiped off with a clean cloth or sponge, then follow the instructions above.
Stubborn Stains -- If a ghost stain remains, apply a small amount of household rubbing alcohol (91% isopropyl alcohol) to a clean, lint-free cloth and rub the stain until it has been removed. Rinse with a clean, damp cloth and go!
Chemical Cleaners - Think Silicone is used in many commercial applications. The housekeeping crews often use strong chemicals for cleaning and disinfecting surfaces. It is imperative that when these chemical cleaners are used that they are rinsed off with a wet sponge or damp cloth.
Blue Jean Dye Resistance - Think Silicone creates an invisible barrier to keep the indigo dye from transferring to the upholstery. However, as there are many types of both natural and synthetic dyes used in coloring clothing, we cannot guarantee there will never be any dye transfer. In the unlikely event that any blue jean dye transfer occurs, follow the Stubborn Stains cleaning instructions above.
DISCLAIMER: This guide addresses the care and cleaning of Think Silicone. The care and cleaning methods covered in the guide will provide the best protection for these products. However, not all stains can be removed, especially if the stains are not addressed immediately. This information does not relieve the user from the responsibility for the correct and safe use of the product and cleaning methods. Joseph Noble is not responsible for any defect caused by the use of cleaning solutions not included in this guide. In addition, the product warranty will be voided if any other cleaning methods are used on this product.
Think Silicone does not contain: Polyvinyl Chloride, Plasticizers, Phthalates, Stabilizers, Heavy Metals or Bisphenol A. It does not contain any chemical additives, but passes most commercial flammability tests.
Think Silicone is compliant with the following environmental, green building, and material reporting standards:
- RoHS 2.0
- LEED v4 and LEED MR Credit 5
- CA Section 01350 VOC Emissions
- Health Product Declaration (HPD)
- Healthier Hospitals Initiative (HHI)