Protect Upholstery Fabric from Spills and Stains

It happens.  You settle into your newly upholstered sofa with a glass of wine to relax at the end of a busy day.  Sensing your mood, the dog sneaks up and nudges your elbow.  And the wine spills.  On your clothes.  On your lovely new linen texture fabric. 

A disaster?  Maybe for your clothes, definitely for the wasted wine.  Not for your upholstery!

Fabric Treatment to Resist Spills and Stains

We are all familiar with some of the long-standing stain repellant treatments for fabric such as Scotchguard and Teflon. 

Nanotex stain protection for upholstery fabric

The Nanotex company developed a treatment that works much better.  And which is permanent to the fabric - a feature that Scotchguard lacks.  It also doesn't change the feel of the fabric unlike Teflon. 

The Nanotex treatment is so effective at preventing fabric stains from dirt and spills such as coffee, soda, wine, ketchup (do you spill ketchup on your furniture?), salad dressing and urine that it is one of the few fabric stain release treatments we suggest.

Several fabric houses such as Kravet, Duralee and Fabricut offer fabric collections that are pre-treated with the Nanotex stain release treatment.  They and others also offer the treatment on a per-order basis for most of their fabrics not already treated.

Stain protection for most upholstery fabrics

We are so impressed by the performance of the Nanotex treatment that we opened a relationship with a licensed Nanotex treatment facility (Applied Textiles) so we could offer the treatment to you on almost any fabric from any source.  We've seen it work and just had to get it.

So, what about that nasty wine spill?  It blots up.  I turned the lights up so you could see.  #NJupholstery

Easy clean up of common spills and stains on upholstery fabric
WHAT MAKES Nanotex PRODUCTS DIFFERENT FROM OTHER FABRIC ENHANCEMENTS?

Nanotex products are enhanced through the use of nanotechnology – tiny molecules that permanently attach to fibers without clogging the fabric weave – to add superior performance characteristics without compromising the look, feel or comfort of the fabric.
— Nanotex.com

Furniture Upholstery Projects with Protected Fabric