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March 23, 2019


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Fabriclink Stain Guide
Stain Guide | Upholstery | Candlewax

Stain Guide for Upholstery Fabrics

CANDLEWAX

Important - Always read and follow the care instructions and any warnings provided by the upholstery manufacturer. Upholstery with natural fibers and/or certain dyes or finishes may require special treatment. If in doubt contact the manufacturer or a cleaning professional for advice/service. Also follow the General Rules for care and stain treatment.

  • Let wax harden completely. Then, freeze it by applying an ice cube in a plastic bag, and then gently pulling it up.
  • If colored wax leaves a stain, blot with rubbing alcohol, dry-cleaning solvent, or a solution of one part white vinegar and one part water. However, be sure to first test this solution in an inconspicuous area to make sure that the solution is safe for the fabric.



 


DRAPER BODY THERAPY® SLEEP LINERS
This Body Therapy® Sleep Liner offers therapeutic benefits while you sleep. The Sleep Liner allows you to use your already comfortable mattress, while helping to relieve soreness/tension throughout the body. The Draper Body Therapy Sleep Liner contains 85 % Celliant® (Polyester)/15% Recycled PET (Polyester). Celliant® is the world's most technologically advanced fiber, containing a proprietary blend of minerals extruded into a polyester fiber.
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WOMEN'S LONG SLEEVE CREW NECK
This women's long sleeve crew neck shirt is the ideal workout shirt for any activity. Dr. Cool uses a patented chemical-free cooling material designed by Coolcore to you comfortable, dry and cool for maximum performance. The moisture and sweat activated material delivers three distinct functions: wicking, moisture circulation, and regulated evaporation to reduce the fabric’s surface temperature by up to 30%.
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