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Fabric Cleaning Services

The Corporate Interiors family of services can clean your panels and office seating giving them renewed life and spotless appearance. A clean office is not only a pleasant, safe place to work, but broadcasts a message that management takes pride in its surroundings.

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Fabric Protection Services

Corporate Interiors is pleased to provide a fabric treatment maximizing protection against spots and stains for both new and used fabrics. This invisible and odorless process protects your valuable fabric furniture for years.

Fabric protection gives you all the benefits of the product without effecting the look and feel of it. Once the fabric protection formula is applied, a molecular bond is formed around each fiber in the fabric, creating an invisible barrier that protects the fabric. Fabric protection from Corporate Interiors prevents the permanent staining of your fabric from food and beverages normally found in the workplace, prevents fading and reduces dust accumulation. Fabric protection is completely invisible and becomes part of the fiber within the fabric. You cannot see, smell or feel it. If there is an accidental spill simply blot the affected area. If a solid spill, such as mustard or ketchup, remove as much as possible with a spoon. Then blot again. If the stain remains, call our toll free number and Corporate Interiors will take care of the rest.

Our fabric protection formula is water-based containing no hazardous solvents. It is ozone safe, containing no CFC’s or silicones and is compliant with all federal and state government guidelines. Our fabric protection formula is non-toxic, non-allergenic and safe for children and pets. All products are tested for effectiveness against water-based and solvent based stains.

Benefits of Fabric Protection:

  • Repels harmful airborne dust and dirt particles that can damage fabric, leather and wood furniture.
  • Can increase the life of your furniture by 50%.
  • Helps reduce fading due to Ultra Violet (UV) radiation exposure from sunlight and fluorescent lights.