Durability of Vinyl Fabric
When you talk about restoring upholstery, there come tons of fabric in your mind from brocade to burlap and chenille. Each of the fabric has its own quality and grade, these fabric vary in terms of their ability to be colorfast, durability and nonetheless the cost. In today’s world many of the products use vinyl fabric from costumes to upholstery, décor and other crafts. You can use the fabric for cars, boats, homes and clubs. Vinyl fabric has durable structure that makes it widely applicable for outdoor application and used in cushions, seat covers, upholstery and its faux leather like look makes it elegant and sturdy aesthetically.
Vinyl fabric ranges from different gauges and colors, each gauge defines its thickness and makes it look great for costumes, and other associated crafts. As the gauge of the fabric increase, the thickness varies and it becomes sturdier while increases the strength for different applications. Vinyl fabric gauge starts from 4 gauge and extends to 16 and 20 gauge. Major industrial and commercial applications of vinyl fabric includes space suits for astronaut and designing personal and special protective equipment for safety purposes. The most valuable factors that makes vinyl fabric useful is its chemical structure that makes it useful for wide range of applications.