Upholstry tops complaints list

February 2001
Cabinet Maker;02/09/2001, Issue 5224, p5
Trade Publication
Examines the dominant upholstery complaint by customers handled by Qualitas in Great Britain. Percentage increase of upholstry complaints; Dominant complaint in the finishing and stretching of leathers; Comments of Qualitas chief conciliation officer Michael Morgan.


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