- Abrasion resistance is the surface wear of a fabric caused by rubbing and contact with another fabric.
- Flame resistance is the measurement of a fabric's performance when it is exposed to specific sources of ignition.
- Crocking is the transfer of dye from the surface of a dyed or printed fabric onto another surface by rubbing.
- Seam slippage is the movement of yarns in a fabric that occurs when it is pulled apart at a seam.
- Colorfastness to light refers to a material's degree of resistance to the fading effect of light.
- Facts Compliant
- 57% Polyester, 27% Solution Dyed Nylon, 15% Rayon, 1% Nylon
- 6-1/2" V
- 12.07 oz./Linear yard
- Stain Repellent/Acrylic
- S View Upholstery Maintenance and Cleaning Information PDF
- Standard (3yr)
- NFPA - 260 TB 117-2013
- 100,000 Double Rubs (Wyzenbeek)
Since ancient times, the cultivation of mulberry silk and its weaving has been carried out by the tribal people of West Bengal. This pattern is a silky stripe reminiscent of the linear patterns woven on Indian looms. The rayon is woven in a way to lift it from the field yarns, providing a dimensional, serrated look. The sheen provides the look and feel of raw silk. Saturated colors lend a sense of movement to West Bengal.
Note: There may be slight variations in color on screen versus actual material. For true color, please order a memo sample from this web site or call 1.800.472.5527.