No chance for dirt: Bischoff Protect
Our Bischoff Protect upholstery fabrics are particularly resistant to moisture and dirt. With our patented system, bacteria, dirt, and moisture don't stand a chance.
In the hospitality and gastronomy industries, the choice of textiles make an important contribution to guests' sense of comfort. But it is exactly these industries where fabrics are exposed to high levels of traffic and contamination.
Bischoff Protect upholstery fabrics protect against contamination with their unique safe & clean system. This also applies to the health and senior care sector: our innovative upholstery fabrics are particularly protected against bacteria, dirt, and moisture of any kind, ensuring cleanliness that lasts even under heavy use, as is the case in public spaces. They are the solution for long-lasting, spotless seat covers. Each individual fibre is enclosed by a protective sheath, replacing the traditional, superficial special coating. A special protective layer on the back keeps moisture from penetrating. This innovative technology provides long-lasting protection against contamination and dirt and also makes the fabric easy to clean.
The innovative technology keeps liquids from penetrating the fibres. Each individual fibre is enclosed by a protective sheath. The coating on the underside also prevents moisture from penetrating the upholstery padding. Annoying odours also don't stand a chance.
Impurities due to intensive use or food residue can be readily wiped off. Water, cleaning agent, and a brush are enough to get even stubborn stains out of the upholstery.
Wipe affected area with a cotton cloth to remove surface moisture or food particles.
Moisten stains that have already dried with warm water and brush out.
If any residue is visible, dab the stain with a solution of water and a few drops of a mild detergent (ratio approximately 10 parts water to 1 part detergent). After allowing it to penetrate briefly, work the area with a soft brush or the edge of a spoon. Then dab the treated area with a clean cloth and dry.
Always treat stains from the edge inwards to avoid making the stain any larger.
If necessary, repeat step 3.
Wash the treated area with lukewarm water and dry. Detergent residues should be removed completely.
Let velours dry first and then brush in the direction of the stitch.