Maintenance – Fabric

To upholster our models to your own style and taste, you can also choose fabric instead of leather. Fabric feels comfortable and gives your furniture a rich appearance.

 

Bert Plantagie has a beautiful, extensive fabric collection. This collection is classified into categories, which you can find below. The bert plantagie fabric collection includes any colour possible, from stylish single colours to rich dessins.
All fabrics in the bert plantagie collection are of very high quality in terms of wear-resistance, lightfastness, pilling and flame retardance. Below you will find an alphabetical overview:

 

Fabric group A

Club:
Wear-resistance: 89.000 | Lightfastness: Category 5 | Pilling: Category 4-5
Composition: 100% polyethylene
Kekk:
Wear-resistance: 24.000 | Lightfastness: Category 5 | Pilling: Category 5
Composition: 60% cotton 40% linen
Lux:
Wear-resistance: 32.000 | Lightfastness: Category 5-6 | Pilling: Category 4-5
Composition: 78% polyethylene 22% polyamide
Radar:
Wear-resistance: 40.000 | Lightfastness: Category 3 – 4 | Composition: 100% polyethylene Pilling: Category 4
Taft:
Wear-resistance: 35.000 | Lightfastness: Category 4 | Composition: 100% polyethylene Pilling: Category 4-5

 

Fabric group B

Cerano:
Wear-resistance: 38.000 | Lightfastness: Category > 5 | Pilling: Category 3-4
Composition: 50% viscose 20% linen 20% PES 10% cotton
Future:
Wear-resistance: 40.000 | Lightfastness: Category 4 | Pilling: Category 3-4
Composition: 70% wool 30% polyamide
Great:
Wear-resistance: 38.000 | Lightfastness: Category 6 | Pilling: Category 5
Composition: 50% polypropylene 31% polyethylene 19% cotton
Indy:
Wear-resistance: 50.000 | Lightfastness: Category 4 | Composition: 77% Polyester, 17% Cotton, 6% Polyacrylic Pilling: Category 4
Shure:
Wear-resistance: 32.500 | Lightfastness: Category 4-5 | Pilling Category 4
Composition: 63% cotton 37% linen
Tempt:
Wear-resistance: 90.000 | Lightfastness: Category 4 -5 | Composition: 100% Polyethylene Pilling: Category 4-5

 

Stofgroep C

Miura:
Wear-resistance: 30.000, Lightfastness: Category 4 – 5 | Composition: 55% Acetate, 15% Linen, 15% Viscose, 15% Polyester Pilling: Category 4
Rumba:
Wear-resistance: 60.000, Lightfastness: Category 5 – 6 | Composition: 92% Polyester, 8% Linen
Strand:
No info

 

Stofgroep D

Arrows:
Wear-resistance: 35.000 | Lightfastness: Category 5 | Composition: 71% Polyester, 29% Cotton Pilling: Category 4
Bolster:
Wear-resistance: 90.000 | Lightfastness: Category 5 | Composition: 100% Polyethylene Pilling: Category 4-5
Breeze Fusion:
Wear-resistance: 100.000 | Lightfastness: Category 5 -7 | Composition: 88% Wool, 12% Polyester Pilling: Category 4-5
Dots:
Wear-resistance: 35.000 | Lightfastness: Category 5 | Composition: 71% Polyester, 29% Cotton Pilling: Category 5

 

Stofgroep E

Fade:
Wear-resistance: 30.000 | Lightfastness: Category 5 – 6 | Composition: 75% Cotton, 25% Viscose
Latch:
Wear-resistance: 30.000 | Lightfastness: Category 5 – 6 | Composition: 60% Cotton, 20% Viscose, 10% Polyacrylic, 5% Polyester, 5% Linen
Ploegwool:
Wear-resistance: 90.000 | Lightfastness: Category 6 | Composition: 100% Wool Pilling: Category 3-4
Polder:
Wear-resistance: 90.000 | Lightfastness: Category 5 | Composition: 100% Polyethylene Pilling: Category 4-5

 

Fabric group F

Divina MD:
Wear-resistance: 45.000 | Lightfastness: Category 5 – 7 | Composition: 100% Wool Pilling: Category 3
Halingdal:
Wear-resistance: 100.000 | Lightfastness: Category 5 – 7 | Composition: 70% Wool, 30% Viscose Pilling: Category 3
Steelcut trio 2:
Wear-resistance: 100.000 | Lightfastness: Category 5 – 7 | Composition: 90% Wool, 10% Nylon Pilling: Category 3-4

 

General tips for stains

Please first remove dust from the upholstery. When removing stains always use a clean, lint-free cloth. The sooner you treat the stain, the easier it might be removed. Clean water is often sufficient. Before using a product, always test it on a less visible area first. Never rub too much on one place to remove a stain.
You will damage the fibres of the fabric, and discolouration and pilling may appear. In case of spilled fluids on the upholstery, immediately remove it by dabbing, to avoid the fluid from entering the fabric. For dabbing it is best to use a kitchen towel or a tissue. Remove large amounts of fluids with a spoon. Allow sufficient time for the upholstery to dry. Make soapy water using 1 litre of lukewarm water with a maximum of 1 teaspoon of dishwashing fluid. Please use a few drops only if the product is concentrated! Remove the stain with a clean lint-free cloth by dabbing. Then dab the surface using clean lukewarm water. The use of distilled water is preferred, and please try on a hidden spot first.

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