Blog :: Vertical and Roller Blind fabric ideal for your health
By Steven Forrest
Every fabric for window blinds has its own properties that could be ideal for your needs. Whether it is a blackout fabric for your bedroom, a water resistant fabric for your bathroom or a heat reflective fabric for your conservatory, but now Jennys Blinds in Macclesfield are able to offer a new fabric to the market.
This fabric concentrates on your health and is ideal for Commercial and Domestic Window Blinds purposes.
Easy Care Deep Clean (ECDC)
ECDC is a Fully Machine Washable fabric that is effective against:
- Dust Mites
- It is also tested against ASTM E2149-10 (Dynamic Shake Test) AATCC 100
It also holds a Flame Retardant Certificate to the updated BS 5867 Part 2 Type B after 50 washes at 75C.
How does it work?
The Antibacterial product is bonded to the surface of the fabric from where it mechanically interrupts the bacteria cell membrane and will not cause adaptive micro-organisms. The fabric is also Environmentally Safe as it contains NO heavy metals and DOES NOT leach off during Manufacture use or Washing.
How will this fabric benefit me as an Individual or an Employer?
With the fabric effective against different types of bugs, this fabric simply is ideal to be used for Window blinds for the home or for commercial offices that inevitably house people with allergies.
This fabric can also have Logo’s, pictures, writing and colours printed onto the fabric in which Jennys Blinds in Macclesfield can assist with. (see our ‘Printed Blinds’ Section) This will NOT affect the properties in the fabric.
Also, if you already have Vertical Blinds installed in your home or office, then Jennys Blinds will replace the old fabric with the ECDC without replacing the track system.
If you would like any more information on this fabric then please do not hesitate to contact us. Jennys Blinds will be more than happy to advice and help you.
Steve Forrest, is Managing Director of Jennys Blinds, you can view their website at www.jennysblinds.co.uk. Additionally, you can follow them on their social media:
Posted on Tuesday, 27th August 2013
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