Black melange Bari fabric 8101
BARI is a fabric made out of natural fibres. It has a high percentage of cotton, which gives the fabric good breathability. It has a very soft and pleasant touch.
Cotton fibres have the ability to absorb a lot of humidity and liquid, so always remember to use BoConcept Protection products. BARI is a chenille fabric and will look different from one angle to another as the fibres catch the light differently. This colour play can be mistaken for spots, but it is the natural characteristics of a chenille fabric and is therefore not a case of faulty fabric. All pile and chenille fabrics are subject to pressure markings. This must be accepted especially on areas of the fabric subjected to preferential use. Pile flattening may be restored to some degree by gently steaming and brushing with a soft brush to ‘lift’ the pile. Avoid vigorous brushing as this could result in permanent damage.
Light creases are to be expected as your new furniture is setting in. All materials display this characteristic adding beauty and uniqueness to your piece of furniture. The extent varies depending on cushions and your choice of fabric.
Regularly vacuum the fabric. Dust will increase the wear on a product. In order to protect fabrics from acid in body sweat, we recommend cleaning the entire piece of furniture that is exposed to direct body contact at least twice a year. By applying the BoConcept Protection products, you prevent the risk of stains and dirt penetrating the fabric. Heavily used areas such as seats, arm and backrests require more frequent care.
Avoid placing furniture in high-humidity areas as it may result in mould, discolouration and quality deterioration. Contact with alcohol, thinner and benzene/benzole will cause colour and quality deterioration. Also avoid contact with chemical materials such as paints, nail polish or nail polish remover. Jeans and colourful clothes may discolour light fabric surfaces.
- Price Group:
- 56% Modcrylic – 33% Viscose – 11% Cotton
- Colour light fastness:
- 524 g/m2
- FR inherent