How to Add Stain Resistance to Carpet & Upholstery
Between kids, pets and everyday wear and tear, life can get messy for your carpets and upholstery. But you don’t need to sweat the spills! We have a solution for making cleanup easy and avoiding stains. Treat your carpet and upholstered furniture with a protective layer of 303 Fabric Guard.
You may have heard of 303 Fabric Guard before in reference to outdoor applications for restoring water repellency to fabric, but you can use it for interior fabrics, too. 303 Fabric Guard will make your carpets and upholstered furniture water repellent so water and other spills bead up instead of soaking into the fabric, making clean up quick and easy. This also prevents spills from settling into the fabric and causing stains.
Treating your fabrics with 303 Fabric Guard is quick and easy. All you need to do is mist the product evenly over your fabric or carpet until the surface is damp. Then let it dry thoroughly. 303 Fabric Guard can be applied to most carpet and upholstery fabrics, however it should not be used on vinyl, clear vinyl, zippers, plastics, rubber, fiberglass, faux leather or imitation suede.
We made a quick video to show the application process in action on both carpet and upholstery in the Sailrite breakroom. Take a look!
To learn more about the various uses of 303 Fabric Guard, check out our other articles, “How to Restore Water Resistance to Fabric” (300070XHT) and “Retreating Sunbrella—Which Side is the Outside” (200678XHT).