Cleaning Jacquard Fabrics and Upholstery
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.
- Dry vacuum thoroughly. It is essential that all soil possible be removed in a dry state.
- 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.
- Speed dry with air movers.
Chemspec® Dry Fabric Cleaner
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Matrix® Radiant Fine Fabric Shampoo
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Matrix® Accomplish Fine Fabric Pre‑Spray
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Matrix® Complete Rinse
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