Motion, microfiber: Perfect together

Gunin, Joan
March 2007
Furniture/Today;3/5/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 26, p12
Trade Publication
The article highlights the increased status of motion upholstery in the furniture industry in High Point, North Carolina due to the popularity of microfiber covers. The durability factor of microdenier fibers has coordinated with the rough-and-tumble use that is typical of motion seating. Microfiber has overcome the stigma of being viewed as a promotional commodity by improving its cleanability, stain resistance and textural alternatives.


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