stain resistance

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  • These dye sites need to be filled in order to give nylon any type of stain resistance.
  • To avoid this, a teak clear coat can be applied to the table top to improve stain resistance.
  • Polypropylene carpets are known to have good stain resistance but not against oil based agents.
  • Carpets can be treated to give stain resistance with chemicals that have been the subject of investigation.
  • Different types of material can be stained by different substances, and stain resistance is an important characteristic in modern textile engineering.
  • Densifers are used on non-polished concrete mainly to reduce dusting and improve stain resistance.
  • The paint has also been found to strengthen physical properties such as hardness, weatherability, stain resistance, and solvent resistance.
  • In addition, many synthetic fibers offer consumer-friendly functions such as stretching, waterproofing and stain resistance.
  • These products often provide a similar look and feel to suede, but have advantages such as increased liquid or stain resistance, and may appeal to consumers who prefer a non-animal product.
  • Most knives feature blades which are constructed from high carbon, stainless steel which is ice hardened for sharpness and stain resistance.
  • Chemical sealants are often used on tiles to improve durability and appearance, increase stain resistance, reduce efflorescence, and increase or reduce surface smoothness.
  • PVC decking is a more expensive option in the decking industry, but it provides significant fade and stain resistance and lower maintenance requirements compared to other products.
  • Each fabric used in England products is thoroughly tested by a variety of machines, some of which measure durability, stain resistance, and seam separation.
  • Synthetics are added to lower cost, increase durability, add unusual color or visual effects, provide machine washability and stain resistance, reduce heat retention or lighten garment weight.
  • Marquee is capable of repelling rain showers in as little as 60 minutes after application and delivers superior fade and stain resistance.
  • Alcantara is composed of about 68% polyester and 32% polyurethane giving increased durability and stain resistance.
  • Cleanability and Stain Resistance - Measures both the ease of cleanability and stain resistance of laminate flooring to common household substances.
  • TWIN Select, Four Star, Four Star II, and Professional "S" are all forged from a single piece of high carbon stainless steel, which is ice hardened to improve stain resistance.
  • Chair design considers intended usage, ergonomics (how comfortable it is for the occupant), as well as non-ergonomic functional requirements such as size, stacking ability, folding ability, weight, durability, stain resistance and artistic design.
  • The new hatchback was available with a Levis bucket seat interior trim option that was actually made of spun nylon fabric, rather than real cotton denim, to comply with flammability standards as well as offer greater wear and stain resistance.