Care and Cleaning

General Care & CleaningVinyl and Faux LeatherSunbrellaOutduraWeatherscape

The following information about the fabric care has been compiled by the Decorative Fabrics Association of America.

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General Vinyl & Faux Leather

Care and cleaning, dye transfer and sunlight care information for vinyl and faux leather fabrics.

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NuLeather

NuLeather has been engineered with the highest quality polycarbonate resins. It is designed for maximum strength and durability required for the most demanding environments.

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One of the best ways to keep Sunbrella® fabrics looking good and to delay deep or vigorous cleaning is to properly maintain the fabrics.

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Outdura® fabric should be cleaned regularly to prevent excessive dirt from accumulating. Simply brush off any loose dirt and rinse with lukewarm water. To clean, use a solution of lukewarm water (not exceeding 100° F) and a mild natural soap such as Lux™ or Ivory™. Rinse thoroughly to remove excess soap. For light cleaning, avoid the use of detergents. Normal wear, usage and cleaning will reduce the effectiveness of Outdura‘s water‐resistant finish. If water resistancy is important, a water‐resistancy treatment (available at marine and awning stores) should be used if the fabric has been cleaned or if the fabric is constantly exposed to atmospheric elements.

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All Weatherscape fabrics should be cleaned on a regular basis in order to prevent the buildup of any excess dirt and prevent the need for frequent deep cleaning.

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Product Info

Hearst CastleAll About Velvet ChoicesLinenSunbrellaNuLeather

Pindler was fortunate to be given access to the vast and diverse collections and archives of fine decorative arts collected by William Randolph Hearst. Inspired by art and antiques of the Castle, we are proud to feature our Exclusive Hearst Castle™ Collection. This exquisite collection is reflective of the grandeur, luxury, wonder and mystique of this famous castle nestled in the hills above the California coast.

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We have introduced several new classic velvets! “What goes around, comes around.” Velvet can be used modern, transitional and traditional. We have velvet for every look and application!

The downloadable PDF is an outline of several new velvets and what differentiates them from one another and makes them unique. Pindler has made a substantial investment to offer the designers a full range of velvets for all design applications. Pindler has become the “go to source for velvets”!

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Linen, produced from flax, is the oldest textile material in the world and is known for its strength and sophistication.  As with all natural fibers, environmental variables with weather and soil will result in variations.  Click the link below to read more about Linen.

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The Sunbrella® Essentials Collection is functional; trend-setting Sunbrella® is the perfect fabric for casual indoor and outdoor living. Developed from several years of experience, Sunbrella® is made of durable, solution-dyed all-weather acrylic. As a result, Sunbrella® is amongst the most dependable brands of beautiful indoor/outdoor fabric. Here are just a few color combinations!

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NuLeather has been engineered with the highest quality polycarbonate resins. It is designed for maximum strength and durability required for the most demanding environments. All performance values far exceed industry standards including 500,000 cycles Wyzenbeek abrasion, 10 weeks hydrolysis resistance, 650 hours UV stability, and EASY Clean Ink and Stain resistant technology.

NuLeather has the luxuriously soft hand, pliant drape and realistic graining of real leather. Designed to last the life of the furniture, this beautiful fabric tailors easily. NuLeather is a leather alternative that sets new standards for aesthetics, performance, convenience and luxury. 5454-SUPPLE is a fine grain solid matte finish in 41 colors. 5455-GILDED is a sophisticated metallic in 14 colors.

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Textile Glossary

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Acrylic
Aubusson
Basket Weave
Batik
Batiste
Block Printing
Border
Boucle
Brocade
Brocatelle
Brush Fringe
Bullion Fringe
Burn-out Printing
C.O.M.
Calendering
Casement Cloth
Cashmere
Chenille
Chiffon
Chinoiserie
Chintz
Cord
Cotton
Crewel Embroidery
Damask
Dimensional Stability
Duck
Dupion
Embossed
Faille
Figured Velvet
Filling (Weft)
Flame Resistant Fabric
Flannel
Flax
Frieze or Frise
Gauze
Gimp
Greige Goods
Gros Point
Hand
Herringbone
Houndstooth
Imberline
Iridescent
Jacquard Loom
Jute
Leno
Linen
Lisere
Loomstate
Matelassé
Mercerized
Meter
Mohair
Moiré
Ombre
Organza
Pile
Pill
Plain Weave
Ply
Polished Cotton
Polyester
Railroad
Rayon
Rep or Repp
Repeat
Sail Cloth
Sateen
Satin
Selvage
Shantung
Sheers
Silk
Strie
Tabby
Taffeta
Tapestry
Tassel
Tassel Trim
Toile
Toile de Jouy
Tussah
Tweed
Twill
Velour
Velvet
Warp or End
Weft or Filling
Wool
Yarn Dyed
Bamboo
Biodegradable
Certified Organic
Closed-loop
Cradle-to-cradle
Eco-efficiency
Environment
Flax
Green
Heavy Metal
Jute
Organic
Organic Cotton
Organic Hemp
Organic Linen
Recycled Fibers
Renewable
Silk
Sustainable
Wool