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Empire features beautiful shades such as terracotta, teal, denim, gold, green and natural, intricately woven in geometric designs - evoking a bold, eye-catching pattern inspired by the cityscapes and urban environments that surround us. 

These versatile fabrics are hard-wearing and durable. British made from start to finish using sustainably sourced wool fibres. Perfectly suited for upholstery applications within busy environments. 

Content
100% Wool
Width
137cm (54″) useable
Repeat
2.5cm x 2cm  (width x height)
Cleaning
Professional Dry Clean only
Recommended Use

All fabrics are suitable for contract curtains, contract upholstery, domestic upholstery, curtains & accessories. 

British Standards

Meets BS EN 1021.1-2.2006 (Cigarette & Match) for domestic upholstery.

Meets BS EN 5867.2 Type B for contract curtains (with in-house FRT).

Can be treated in-house to meet BS 5852 Part 2. Crib 5 for contract upholstery.

This fabric achieves 40,000 rubs on Martindale abrasion.

At Moon we are confident that our fabrics will stand the test of time, which is why they carry a 10 year guarantee across our full range.

All product is supplied fit for purpose, as stated on the specification and suited to contract environments including domestic, commercial, workspace, hotel, hospitality, education and equivalent settings.

All product meets the stated technical specification current at the time of manufacture.

All fabrics will normally provide 10 years’ usage from the date of invoicing providing:

  • Appropriate methods of upholstery have been used by the furniture manufacturer.
  • Upholstery must not be over or around sharp or hard edges, or corners.
  • Upholstery must be fitted over the correct certified foams and fillings.
  • Furniture has only been subject to normal home or office use. *
  • Regular cleaning has been carried out by the end user (please refer to our Cleaning Guide)
  • Furniture has not been subjected to misuse or abuse. **

 

*Normal home or office use covers daily usage of 8-9 hours.

** The guarantee does not cover spot wear on limited areas (eg caused by sharp objects such as a metal zip in a pair of jeans, metal studs in a belt, a metal comb in a rear pocket, etc.)

Easy Care

Woll is antistatic and does not attract dirt like other fabrics, as well as being water repellant, so spillages are slow to penetrate the fabric. To maintain the appearance of the fabric, we recommend gentle vacuuming, preferably every weeky, with a soft nozzle. 

Stain Removal

**Always remove stains as quickly as possible**

Most stains and dirt can be removed using an ordinary pH-neutral detergent diluted in lukewarm water at normal strengths (follow the on-pack instructions).

  • First, soak up as much of the liquid as possible with a soft white cloth.
  • If the stain has dried on, remove as much residue as possible with a vacuum. 
  • Rub carefully with a soft white cloth, do not use abrasive cloths.
  • Press the fabric with a dry, soft white cloth or kitchen roll every time water is added, to soak up moisture and dirt.
  • Use clean water without any detergent for the final clean.

(The area may appear darker than the surrounding fabric after being cleaned with water, but this should become less noticeable over time).

Biro and felt pen:  Clean with methylated spirits. If this doesn’t help, use a cloth moistened with acetone, turpentine, or benzene. Then wash with a pH-neutral detergent* diluted in lukewarm water.

Blood: Wash off with cold water to which nothing has been added. If this does not work use a pH-neutral detergent* diluted in lukewarm water.

Candle wax: Cool with ice cubes in a plastic bag, break up the wax and carefully remove the loose pieces. If necessary use a hot iron on top of white absorbent paper. If this does not help use a cloth moistened with acetone, turpentine or benzene. Then wash with a pH-neutral detergent* diluted in lukewarm water.

Chewing gum: Cool with ice cubes in a plastic bag and carefully remove the loose pieces. If this does not help use a cloth moistened with acetone, turpentine or benzene. Then wash with a pH-neutral detergent* diluted in lukewarm water.

Foodstuffs: Wash with a pH-neutral detergent* diluted in lukewarm water.

Lipstick / shoe & furniture polishClean with a cloth moistened with acetone, turpentine or benzene. Then wash with a pH-neutral detergent* diluted in lukewarm water.

Nail VarnishDab with nail varnish remover. If this does not help use a cloth moistened with acetone, turpentine or benzene. Then wash with a pH-neutral detergent* diluted in lukewarm water.

Paint: For oil-based paint use a cloth moistened with acetone, turpentine or benzene. Then wash with a pH-neutral detergent* diluted in lukewarm water (up to five times normal strength). For water-based paint wash off with cold water.

Important!

Acetone, turpentine, benzene, etc. can dissolve the foam used for padding. Such substances should only be used in very small quantities on the surface of the fabric. (Always test stain removers in an inconspicuous area first).

From our knowledge and expertise in the use of wool fabrics within the upholstery, these are our recommendations. However, should you have any concerns or more stubborn complications, it would be advisable to seek professional advice.

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