|Send News. Want a reply? Read this. More in the FAQ. News Forum - All Forums - Mobile - PDA - RSS Headlines Twitter|
I have my grandfather's old easy chair up here in my office, which is covered in this mustardy/gold upholstery that clearly demonstrates it was last re-covered in the 1960s. In spite of this, it has held up surprisingly well over the years, as the fabric seems to wear like iron. The Gunnar-man put this to the test recently by leaving a nasty little vomit stain on it; My canine companion curls up in the chair on occasion, and I guess it's so comfortable he could yak while reclining. This looked like it might not come out, and even after I sprayed this harsh cleaner on it, there was an ominous brown patch left behind. Then I followed the next step of vacuuming the spot after it dried, and it came perfectly clean like it never happened. The spray I used was Oreck Spot Remover for Stains, in case you're curious, but I think the credit goes to this crazy fabric they used... it's probably some mix of teflon, asbestos, and the flesh of virgins that would be completely impossible to make anymore.
Copyright © 1996-2017 Stephen Heaslip. All rights reserved.
All trademarks are properties of their respective owners.
News CGI copyright © 1999-2017 James "furn" Furness &
All rights reserved.
Chatbear v1.4.0/blue++: Page generated 24 February 2017, 05:55.