FF45922-0000 54" Accord Jade

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For over 45 years, Sunbrella® has been the world's premier performance fabric. Today, Sunbrella® is used throughout the home on decks, patios, and pool-sides, as well as in dining rooms, family rooms, and even the kitchen and bath. Sunbrella combines a broad array of colors, textures, stripes, and jacquard designs with unmatched comfort and performance. Sunbrella's UV-resistant fibers are fully saturated with color. Traditional dyeing methods, such as yarn or piece dyeing, only add color to the fiber exterior. Sunbrella, however, resists fading and the degrading effects of sunlight. Mild soap cleans most common stains, while practically any household cleaner ,even bleach, can be used to clean stubborn stains without affecting Sunbrella's colors.

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Pricing is based on the quantity purchased. The price will be calculated below. Roll Size: 65

Package Cut: 1-64 yd 65-130 yd 131-390 yd
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Product Specifications

Material Color 54" Accord Jade
Pattern Style Jacquards & Textured Patterns
Width 54 inches; 137.1 cm; ASTM D3776-96
Weight 8. oz;Square yard ; 271 g; Square meter; ASTM D3776-96
Fiber Content 70% Sunbrella Acrylic; 30% Olefin.
Surface Sharp Spun Fabric; Plain weave;Fabric Construction:Ends ASTM D3775-98;Each;69;Fabric Construction:Picks;ASTM D3775-98;26.
Underside Sharp Spun Fabric; Plain weave;Fabric Construction:Ends ASTM D3775-98;Each;69;Fabric Construction:Picks;ASTM D3775-98;26.
Tested UV Color fast ti light;AATC 169-2003;Grade; Grade 4@1320 Kj.; SAE;Grade; Grade 4-5@ 1000 Kj.
Solar Factors N/A
Tear ASTM D2261-96;Lbs. of Force;15 Warp; 12 Fill.
Transparency Level N/A
Abrasion Resistance Wyzenbeek Abrasion;Cotton Duck;ASTM D4157-92;Cycle;12K Warp;12k Fill.
Flexibility Excellent
Flame Resistance Fabrics meet California Technical bulletin #117 Sec. E (cs-191-53) Classification:1normal flammabitlity ;Interior Fabrics Test Method 1990;Pass.
Mildew Resistance Good
Chemical Resistance N/A
Water Repellency Spray (Small); AATCC 22-2001;Rating;100 Front;100 Back;Crocking; AATCC 8-2001;Grade;5 Wet;5 Dry.
Oil Resistance AATCC 118-1997;Grade;5.
Sewability Excellent;Seam Slippage; ASTM 4034-92;Lbs. of Force;45 Warp;45 Filling.
Heat Sealing Yes with tape.
Fabric Care Care and cleaning.One of the best ways to keep Sunbrella® fabrics looking good and to delay deep or vigorous cleanings is to properly maintain the fabrics. This can be accomplished by simply brushing off dirt before it becomes embedded in the fabrics, wiping up spills as soon as they occur or spot cleaning soon after stains occur. General or light cleaning 1.Brush off any loose dirt. 2.Prepare a cleaning solution of 2 ounces (1/4 cup) mild soap per gallon of lukewarm water (less than 100∞F/38∞C). 3.Use a sponge or a soft bristle brush to clean. 4.Allow cleaning solution to soak into fabric. 5.Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue. 6.Allow fabric to air dry. Spot cleaning 1.Apply a light mist of mild soap and water using a spray bottle. 2.Work the solution into the stain by lightly scrubbing the area with a sponge or very soft bristle brush. 3.Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue. 4.Blot excess moisture with a clean, soft towel or sponge. 5.Wet-vacuum or blot excess water. 6.Air dry, Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all soap residue is removed. For removable Sunbrella fabric Hand washing 1.Soak fabric in a solution of 1/4 cup mild soap per gallon of lukewarm water. 2.Use a sponge or a soft bristle brush as necessary. 3.Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue. 4.Air dry. Machine washing Machine wash in cold water (less than 100∞F/38∞C). Depending on wash load size, use normal amounts of mild laundry soap and add 8 ounces (1 cup) of bleach. Allow fabric to air dry. Heavy cleaning for stubborn stains and mildew Sunbrella fabric does not promote mildew growth, however, mildew may grow on dirt and other foreign substances that are not removed from the fabric. To clean mildew, or other stubborn stains: 1.Prepare a solution of 8 ounces (1 cup) of bleach and 2 ounces (1/4 cup) of mild soap per gallon of clean water. 2.Spray on entire area and allow to soak into the fabric for 15 minutes. 3.Remove stain with a sponge, clean towel or very soft bristle brush. 4.Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue. 5.Allow fabric to air dry. 6.If stain and/or mildew are severe, bleach quantities may be increased. View the stain chart for removal of specific stains. Re-treating the fabric for ease of cleaning Sunbrella fabrics have a special finish that enhances water repellency. The finish is designed to last for several years of normal use, but may be refreshed after a thorough cleaning or extended use. Glen Raven recommends 303 High Tech Fabric Guardô as the preferred re-treatment product for Sunbrella fabrics. Applying 303 High Tech Fabric Guardô 303 should be applied to Sunbrella fabrics after each thorough cleaning, which typically removes the original finish and reduces the fabric's water repellency. 1.Clean Sunbrella fabric, using one of the cleaning methods. 2.Allow Sunbrella to completely air dry. 3.Apply 303 Fabric Guard in a well-ventilated area following instructions on the container. 4.Apply 303 in a thin, even coat and allow fabric to dry completely. 5.Apply a second thin, even coating of 303. (Two light coatings are more effective in restoring fabric water resistance than a single heavy coating. A 15-ounce bottle provides coverage of up to 50 square feet of fabric.) For more information, visit www.303products.com. Professional cleaners In evaluating the services of a professional firm, you should inquire about the firm's experience in working with Sunbrella fabrics and knowledge of cleaning and re-treatment requirements. DO NOT dry clean Sunbrella fabrics. Helpful hints. Protect the area around your Sunbrella fabric when using a bleach solution ñ bleach may discolor non-Sunbrella fabrics. Always rinse Sunbrella thoroughly to completely remove bleach. Sunbrella fabric air-dries very quickly. Machine drying is not necessary. If fabric has some wrinkling, use an iron, if necessary, but only on the synthetic* setting. As some irons exceed the recommended 100∞F/38∞C temperature on the synthetic setting, test a small inconspicuous area before ironing entire piece. DO NOT use a steamer or iron set to steam setting. *Synthetic fabric heat settings normally do not exceed 150∞F/66∞C. One of the best ways to keep Sunbrella fabrics looking good and to delay deep or vigorous cleanings is to properly maintain the fabrics. This can be accomplished by simply brushing off dirt before it becomes embedded in the fabrics, wiping up spills as soon as they occur or spot cleaning soon after stains occur. General or light cleaning 1.Brush off any loose dirt. 2.Prepare a cleaning solution of 2 ounces (1/4 cup) mild soap per gallon of lukewarm water (less than 100∞F/38∞C). 3.Use a sponge or a soft bristle brush to clean. 4.Allow cleaning solution to soak into fabric. 5.Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue. 6.Allow fabric to air dry. Spot cleaning 1.Apply a light mist of mild soap and water using a spray bottle. 2.Work the solution into the stain by lightly scrubbing the area with a sponge or very soft bristle brush. 3.Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue. 4.Blot excess moisture with a clean, soft towel or sponge. 5.Wet-vacuum or blot excess water. 6.Air dry, Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all soap residue is removed. For removable Sunbrella fabric Hand washing 1.Soak fabric in a solution of 1/4 cup mild soap per gallon of lukewarm water. 2.Use a sponge or a soft bristle brush as necessary. 3.Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue. 4.Air dry. Machine washing Machine wash in cold water (less than 100∞F/38∞C). Depending on wash load size, use normal amounts of mild laundry soap and add 8 ounces (1 cup) of bleach. Allow fabric to air dry. Heavy cleaning for stubborn stains and mildew Sunbrella fabric does not promote mildew growth, however, mildew may grow on dirt and other foreign substances that are not removed from the fabric. To clean mildew, or other stubborn stains: 1.Prepare a solution of 8 ounces (1 cup) of bleach and 2 ounces (1/4 cup) of mild soap per gallon of clean water. 2.Spray on entire area and allow to soak into the fabric for 15 minutes. 3.Remove stain with a sponge, clean towel or very soft bristle brush. 4.Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue. 5.Allow fabric to air dry. 6.If stain and/or mildew are severe, bleach quantities may be increased. View the stain chart for removal of specific stains. Re-treating the fabric for ease of cleaning Sunbrella fabrics have a special finish that enhances water repellency. The finish is designed to last for several years of normal use, but may be refreshed after a thorough cleaning or extended use. Glen Raven recommends 303 High Tech Fabric Guardô as the preferred re-treatment product for Sunbrella fabrics. Applying 303 High Tech Fabric Guardô 303 should be applied to Sunbrella fabrics after each thorough cleaning, which typically removes the original finish and reduces the fabric's water repellency. 1.Clean Sunbrella fabric, using one of the cleaning methods. 2.Allow Sunbrella to completely air dry. 3.Apply 303 Fabric Guard in a well-ventilated area following instructions on the container. 4.Apply 303 in a thin, even coat and allow fabric to dry completely. 5.Apply a second thin, even coating of 303. (Two light coatings are more effective in restoring fabric water resistance than a single heavy coating. A 15-ounce bottle provides coverage of up to 50 square feet of fabric.) For more information, visit www.303products.com. Professional cleaners In evaluating the services of a professional firm, you should inquire about the firm's experience in working with Sunbrella fabrics and knowledge of cleaning and re-treatment requirements. DO NOT dry clean Sunbrella fabrics. Helpful hints. Protect the area around your Sunbrella fabric when using a bleach solution ñ bleach may discolor non-Sunbrella fabrics. Always rinse Sunbrella thoroughly to completely remove bleach. Sunbrella fabric air-dries very quickly. Machine drying is not necessary. If fabric has some wrinkling, use an iron, if necessary, but only on the synthetic* setting. As some irons exceed the recommended 100∞F/38∞C temperature on the synthetic setting, test a small inconspicuous area before ironing entire piece. DO NOT use a steamer or iron set to steam setting. *Synthetic fabric heat settings normally do not exceed 150∞F/66∞C. One of the best ways to keep Sunbrella fabrics looking good and to delay deep or vigorous cleanings is to properly maintain the fabrics. This can be accomplished by simply brushing off dirt before it becomes embedded in the fabrics, wiping up spills as soon as they occur or spot cleaning soon after stains occur. One of the best ways to keep Sunbrella fabrics looking good and to delay deep or vigorous cleanings is to properly maintain the fabrics. This can be accomplished by simply brushing off dirt before it becomes embedded in the fabrics, wiping up spills as soon as they occur or spot cleaning soon after stains occur. For removable cushion covers and slipcovers: Hand washing 1.Soak fabric in a solution of 1/4 cup mild soap per gallon of lukewarm water. 2.Use a sponge or a soft bristle brush as necessary. 3.Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue. 4.Air dry. Machine washing 1.Machine was in cold water with mild laundry soap. 2.Allow Sunbrella to air dry, or tumble dry on ìno heatî setting. Spot cleaning upholstered pieces 1.Apply a light mist of mild soap and water using a spray bottle. 2.Remove stain with a sponge or very soft bristle brush. 3.Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue. 4.Air dry, blot, or wet-vacuum excess water. 5.Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all soap residue is removed. For stubborn stains and/or mildew Sunbrella fabric does not promote mildew growth, however, mildew may grow on dirt and other foreign substances that are not removed from the fabric. 1.Prepare a solution of 1 cup bleach and 1/4 cup of mild soap per gallon of clean water.* 2.Soak affected area in solution for 15 minutes. 3.Remove stain with a sponge or clean towel. 4.Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue. 5.Air dry. *If stain and/or mildew are severe, bleach quantities may be increased. See our Stain Chart for removal of specific stains. Re-treating the fabric ñ for ease of cleaning: Sunbrella fabrics have a special finish that enhances water repellency. The finish is designed to last for several years of normal use, but may be refreshed with 303 High Tech Fabric Guardô, the preferred re-treatment product for Sunbrella fabrics. Applying 303 High Tech Fabric Guard 1.Clean Sunbrella, allow Sunbrella to completely air dry. 2.Apply 303 in a thin, even coat and allow to dry. 3.Repeat step 2. Two light coatings are more effective in restoring fabric water resistance than a single heavy coating. A 15-ounce bottle provides coverage of up to 50 square feet of fabric. Professional cleaners In evaluating the services of a professional firm, you should inquire about the firmís experience in working with Sunbrella fabrics and knowledge of cleaning and re-treatment requirements. DO NOT dry clean Sunbrella. Helpful hints Protect the area around your Sunbrella fabric when using a bleach solution ñ bleach may discolor non-Sunbrella fabrics. Always rinse Sunbrella thoroughly to completely remove bleach and soap. Sunbrella air dries very quickly. Machine drying is not necessary. DO NOT use a steamer or an iron with steam setting. If wrinkles are a concern, use an iron set to ìsynthetic fabricî heat.
Mfgs Warranty 5 year limited warranty covers Sunbrella® furniture fabric against loss of color or strength from normal use including exposure to sunlight, mildew and atomospheric chemicals.Sunbrella fabric warranty Who this warranty protects: This warranty prot
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