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Tone on Tone Category Description:

Our Tone on Tone Decorative fabric section includes some of our store's most elegant fabrics. These designer fabrics display both stunning colors and elegant designs.

This category of fabrics includes much chenille. Although renowned for its softness, chenille is also durable. It can be used for blankets, bedspreads, drapes, garments, lampshades, pillows, robes and upholstery.

Another characteristic of our Tone on Tone Decorative fabrics is their versatility. Use them wherever you’d like: in your bedroom, den, dining room, family room, kitchen or living room.

Your Tone on Tone Decorative Fabrics can last a long time with the proper care. Here are some useful care tips to ensure that you get the most out of your Tone on Tone Decorative Fabrics.

Cleaning Your Tone on Tone Decorative Fabrics

Our Tone on Tone Decorative Fabrics have varying content, some are 100% polyester while others are polyester/cotton blends. Most of these decorator fabrics are also scotch-guarded. Taking these factors into account it is recommended that our decorative fabrics be dry cleaned only.

A further benefit derived from dry cleaning these fabrics is that their colors and feel are preserved longer.

A further tip on preserving your Tone on Tone Decorative Fabrics is to brush them with a fabric brush to prevent the accumulation of dust and soil.

In Case of Stains

It is best to treat stains immediately to prevent them from settling in. This can be done by blotting the stain with a clean white cloth. Do not rub the fabric as doing so wears away the scotch-guard finish. Stubborn stains will require dry cleaning.g.

Storing Your Tone on Tone Decorative Fabrics

Before storing your fabrics for an extended period of time it is important to have them properly laundered to prevent dust, soil and stains from attracting critters. Furthermore, avoid storing your decorator fabrics in attics or basements; these places tend to be vulnerable to mold, mildew and insects and other threats. The best location in your home for decorative fabric storage is a cool, dry room. If using a closet, make sure there is sufficient air circulation to prevent mold growth. Always store your fabrics out of direct sunlight.

Your Tone on Tone Decorative Fabrics can be stored in bags of linen, cotton or muslin. Do not use plastic bags, cedar chests or cardboard boxes for storage. Fumes from polyurethane foam, cedar closets and acids in unvarnished wood and cardboard can damage your decorator fabrics. Acid free tissue paper can also be employed in the storage of your decorative fabrics.

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