A new Venice upholstery fabric

5. 7. 2024

Our range of covering materials now includes a new item, Venice, whose structure and earthy shades are captivating.

There are two noteworthy technological treatments that underline the quality of this fabric. The first one is aquaclean®, which is a special treatment that makes it possible to remove small stains of wine, coffee, food as well as most markers without the necessity of using soap or another cleaning agent. Stains can simply be removed with clean water. The other special technology is Safe Front®. It protects the fabric against viruses and bacteria. After two hours of permanent contact, it reduces virus activity by more than 91%.

The Venice fabric is available in eight colours. It is perfect for upholstery of seating furniture in cafés, restaurants, corporate relaxation zones as well as living rooms and dining rooms.

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