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Bleach Cleanable

Explore Materials and Sample Bleach cleanable is a common cleaning instruction for textiles. It usually comes with detailed dilution instructions as well as the applicable bleach type. There are two different types of bleach: chlorine bleach and oxygen bleach or non-chlorine bleach. Chlorine bleach can disinfect, oxidize, and deodorize textiles,…

Solvent (S)

Solvent is a cleaning method for fabrics that uses dry-cleaning products and other similar cleaners to break down stains. The use of water or water-based cleaners could stain or shrink the fabric. Solvent cleaning meets BSR/IICRC S300, the standard for professional upholstery cleaning.…

Vacuum (X)

Vacuum is a cleaning method for fabrics that uses a vacuum or brush to extract dry soils. Wet means of cleaning—including dabbing with solvent- or water-based cleaners, steam cleaning, and dry cleaning—should not be used as they may damage the fabric. Vacuum cleaning meets BSR/IICRC S300, the standard for professional…

Water-Based (W)

Water-based is a cleaning method for fabrics that uses water or water-based approaches to cleaning. These include steam cleaning, hot water extraction, spot cleaning with a damp white cloth, or using cleaners that have water as the base. Textiles that require water-based cleaning are typically easy to clean and are…

Water-Based Modified (WM)

Water-based modified is a maintenance method that also goes by the cleaning code, WS. Water-based modified is a cleaning method for upholstery fabrics using only water-based Crypton cleaners or detergents. The WM method also encourages to use the least amount of liquid while cleaning this product.…

Water-Based/Solvent (W/S)

Solvent is a cleaning method for fabrics that uses dry-cleaning products and other similar cleaners to break down stains. The use of water or water-based cleaners could stain or shrink the fabric. Solvent cleaning meets BSR/IICRC S300, the standard for professional upholstery cleaning.…