When Bad Things Happen To Good Cushions
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I received a series of emails and calls this week from two different fine fabric specialists about gross contamination of cushions on upholstery. Specifically vomit and urine. In each case, a guest in the home was the source of the "contamination". The major difference in each was not the contaminant, but the type of fiber in the fabric, the value of the furnishing to the customer, and the risk the cleaners were taking. . . . (to read the remainder of this article, please log in below.)
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