Cleaning Jacquard Fabrics

Jacquard fabrics have major bleeding problems. This kind of weave has a photo negative on the backside, which produces the bleeding. If jacquard is suspected, check the backside of the fabric by pulling up a skirt or looking at the inside of a cushion. The presence of any kind of liquid can cause the colors to bleed through, so testing is crucial in this kind of fiber. Dry cleaning is the best for jacquard, but there is still a 50% chance of bleeding. Once bleeding has occurred on jacquard, there is no reversing it.


  1. Dry vacuum thoroughly. It is essential that all soil possible be removed in a dry state.
  2. Using a towel and wearing chemical-resistant gloves, apply Chemspec Dry Fabric Cleaner undiluted (and sparingly) to a clean white towel. Wipe lightly onto the fabric.
  3. Speed dry with air movers.

Warning: Always test material for colorfastness, follow label directions and never mix product unless specified in the label directions. Each situation reacts differently and results may vary.

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  1. Economy Horsehair Upholstery Brush

    This brush features real horsehair bristles on a plastic block. Measures 6" x 2".

    • Horsehair bristles on a plastic block
    • Measures 6 inches x 2 inches
  2. Natural Sponge

    A favorite for use when foam cleaning upholstery fabrics and for hand cleaning silk rugs, the natural material of this sponge allows for excellent control of foam and liquid. It also provides gentle agitation for thorough cleaning. Natural sponges are soft, pliable, absorbent, and last longer than cellulose.

    • Ideal for general cleaning
    • Will not stain or retain odors
    • Super absorbent
  3. Chemspec® Dry Fabric Cleaner

    Releases oil and petroleum-based soils from carpet and upholstery fibers and emulsifies them for easy, clean-rinsing removal.

    • Use to dry clean fabrics by hand or machine
    • pH: None
    • Safe for all fabrics
    • Ready to use

    Starting at: $33.08

  4. Matrix® All Fiber Rinse

    All Fiber Rinse rinses away every trace of dirt and cleaning solution, leaving behind a residue-free carpet that's squeaky clean and soft to the touch. For best results, use All Fiber Rinse after cleaning with Matrix Grand Slam Pre-Spray.

    • Eliminates every trace of dirt and cleaning solution residue
    • Leaves carpets bright and soft
    • pH: 4.0–4.5
    • Safe for stain-resistant carpet and wool
    • Variable dilutions

    Starting at: $14.83

  5. Matrix® Accomplish Fine Fabric Prespray

    This high-quality pre-spray is specifically designed for the safe and effective cleaning of both wool and pH-sensitive fabrics. It lifts and suspends tough soils without harming delicate natural fibers, wool, and stain-resistant carpet.

    • Tough pre-spray that is gentle enough for natural fibers
    • Great for those problem rugs
    • pH: 8.36
    • Safe for stain-resistant carpet and wool
    • Dilute 4 ounces per gallon of water

    Starting at: $26.25

  6. Matrix® Complete Rinse

    Just as the name implies, Matrix Complete Rinse is a product you can use with complete confidence on ALL carpets and wet-cleanable upholstery, including commercial, residential, and yes, even wool! It eliminates dirt and cleaning solution residues, leaving carpet and upholstery looking its best.

    • Eliminates dirt and cleaning solution residue
    • Leaves carpet bright and soft
    • pH: 4.0 - 4.5
    • Safe for stain-resistant carpet and wool
    • Variable dilutions

    Starting at: $29.62

  7. Matrix® Radiant Fine Fabric Shampoo

    This gentle fine fabric shampoo combines a low pH with premium detergents to suspend soils, dirt, and grime while also preventing browning. It's ideal for use on any fabric, including wool and other natural fibers.

    • Low pH, premium detergent shampoo formula
    • Suspends soils without damaging fibers
    • pH: 6.0–7.0
    • Safe for use on wool
    • Dilute 3–5 ounces per gallon of water

    Starting at: $22.44

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