Dirt and Spills Destroy:
If you have children and/or pets, spills and possibly permanent stains will end up on your carpets, rugs and/or upholstery. It is a good thing to consider a professionally applied fabric protector. The reason is dirt and spills cling to untreated fabrics and quickly become embedded in the fibers. The result is stains that may not be removed. Fabric protectors provide a repellent characteristic, allowing spills to be removed before absorption and staining can occur. They also make vacuuming more efficient which will allow you to get more dry particle dirt out of your rug, carpets or upholstery.
Protectors Have Improved Over the Years:
Over the past 40 years the applied fabric protectors have progressed nicely. The early products were simple protectors that worked well for water based spills. Some were petroleum, some were silicone and some were solvent based. Because of space age technology, flourochemicals, such as Teflon and Scotchgard, were introduced which allowed oil and water to mix and stay suspended. The result is protectors that are good for both water and oil based spills.
Protection Against Sunlight Fading
Another current advancement in the fabric protection field is fabric protectors that protect against fading and damage caused by ultraviolet rays from the sun.
Fabric protection is like an insurance policy. You hope you will not need it but glad you have the protection when an accident happens.
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