Phifer to return to Showtime in June
Casual Living Staff -- Casual Living, March 25, 2013
Phifer's GeoBella indoor/outdoor fabric
Featuring on-trend color combinations and designs - from solids and stripes to florals in traditional and contemporary weaves - Phifer's "chic, durable furniture fabrics can easily transition from an outdoor room to interior living spaces," according to a press release.
GeoBella is Phifer's unique line of high-end, performance indoor/outdoor cushion fabrics made of 100% olefin yarns recycled from post-industrial waste. These PVC-free, 100% recyclable furniture fabrics feature a soft, touchable texture that recreates the comfort of indoor furniture yet has the stability, strength and durability needed for outdoor cushion applications. Phifer's GeoBella does not absorb water and dries quickly, making it resistant to mold and mildew growth. These fabrics are also exceptionally durable, fade-resistant, stain-resistant and easy to clean, even with bleach.
Phifertex Slingable fabrics are a timeless option for outdoor seating, combining clean lines and a stylish look with comfort, high performance and ease of maintenance. Woven with precision, these fabrics are constructed to withstand extreme weather conditions and are durable, maintenance-free and fade-resistant. These performance PVC fabrics are infused with Microban antimicrobial product protection, which helps to provide an additional level of cleanliness protection. Added during the manufacturing process, Microban product protection works continuously for the lifetime of the fabric to inhibit the growth of stain-causing bacteria, mold and mildew.
Both Phifertex and GeoBella fabrics have achieved the new, elite Greenguard Select Certification mark by the Greenguard Environmental Institute (GEI) for superior air quality performance.
For more information on the Designed Fabrics product line, visit Phifer at Suites at Market Square 1-534 at ITMA Showtime, online at www.phifer.com or call 205-345-2120.
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