Carpet & Upholstery Protector
This water based formula is non hazardous and safe to use. It repels all liquid and oil-based stains and protects from future stills and dirt. Backed by the prestigious Good Housekeeping Seal, it will not alter the look of feel of any fabric and can be used on delicate materials such as velvet, nylon and linen.
The Carpet & Upholstery Protector repels all oil and water based stains from carpets, upholstery and clothing. Not only that but it makes fabric easier to maintain and clean in the future, as it retains dirt on the surface, instead of it soaking into the fabric.
For best results apply the protector once or twice a year on areas of low-mid levels of use, and four times a year on areas of high use; such as a fabric sofa or chair.
Carpet & Upholstery Protector is perfect for use on all fabric items including; furniture, carpets, car interiors, accessories, footwear and clothing. It contains no solvents or abrasives and so is totally safe to use on all fabrics and textiles, It's even safe to use on delicates such as wool and silk.
Coverage & Shelf Life
When protecting fabric furniture, you will need the following amounts of Carpet & Upholstery Protector:
Armchair: You will need roughly 250ml.
2 Seater Sofa: You will need roughly 400ml.
3 Seater Sofa: You will need roughly 500ml.
When used on Carpets:
500ml will cover roughly 20m²
1 Litre will cover roughly 40m²
The product is specially treated to resist bacterial growth and will safely last 5 years if stored in a cool cupboard with the lid fastened.
Vacuum the fabric thoroughly to remove all dirt and dust.
If stained or dirty, use the Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner first. After cleaning, allow the fabric to dry.
Shake the Carpet & Upholstery Protector well. Spray onto the fabric and allow to dry. It is advised to spray high use areas first and more generously.
You only need to spray enough protector onto the fabric so that it dampens the surface.
Carpet & Upholstery Protector causes all of the above stains and more to be held on the surface, preventing them from drying in and staining the fabric.