UPHOLSTER ME Unit 10 Nelson Business Park Long Lane Aintree Liverpool L9 7BN
Tel: 07859 829 601
We have velvets, linens, silks, chenilles and many more. Upholster Me has picked its own fabric ranges, and are also pleased to be working with a number of premier fabric distributors. Our upholstery fabric suppliers are very important to our business, we would like to thank them for their continued support. Overall we have selected a beautiful and diverse range of fabrics to meet any situation. We do not offer a postal service for our fabrics.
► Fabrics perform in many different ways
Upholster Me want to help you understand what you are buying from the beginning. We have a large range of materials. Hard wearing is not necessarily proportional to price.
The easiest guide to performance is whether a fabric is suitable for light, general or severe domestic use. You need to consider your requirements and we can help you purchase a fabric capable of meeting your desires.
Light domestic ~ fabrics are generally fashion fabrics; they are suitable for low usage in an occasional environment
General domestic ~ fabrics are suitable for most styles of upholstery and can be used daily
Severe domestic ~ Fabrics are suitable for upholstery likely to be used throughout the day and would be more appropriate in environments where there are young children or pets
► Care Guide
All our work is hand finished by our time served craftsmen. We want you to have years of pleasure from your upholstery, so we think it’s worth taking some time to read through our after care recommendations.
♦ Cushions Whether your cushions are foam or fibre - plump them vigorously and regularly. Turn them about once a week as this will help to keep their shape for longer. Foam cushions will loose some of their hardness within the first few weeks.
♦ Fabrics Fabrics do not like direct sunlight, this can cause them to fade quickly. Direct heat from radiators can cause adverse reaction to the composition of your fabric.
♦ Velvets and Chenille Most pile cloths have the same characteristics of pressure marking, this can give the appearance of wearing. However, usually you can find fibres on the surface of the fabric, flattening with use. All suppliers of these fabrics will give this information on the back of the swatches, its worth taking time to read this at the point of order.
♦ Cleaning When dirt gets into the pile of your upholstery, even though it’s hard to see, it can be very abrasive. For the best results brush with a soft brush, then vac your furniture regularly.
♦ Spills Act quickly don’t allow it to dry, use a white kitchen role to absorb the spill, then wipe with a damp cloth. If this does not get rid of the problem get in touch and we can give you the best advice for your fabric.