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Where Can I Buy Upholstery Supplies



At Ronco Industries, we carry an extensive inventory of wholesale upholstery supplies. Below we have divide our product list into main categories based on the function of the products. Please take a look to find which category fits the needs of your project.




where can i buy upholstery supplies



When upholstering furniture for patios, pools, gardens, or even boats, it's important to find the right outdoor upholstery supplies that can stand up to the elements. Our outdoor supplies are UV and mold resistant as well as drain water quickly to stay dry and last.


In this group we have everything else an upholstery project requires. This includes tacks, staples, thread, adhesives, etc. Take a look at these supplies if you can't find the right product in our other groups.


Since 1868, DLT Upholstery Supply has been the #1 stocking wholesale distributor for fabrics, vinyls, tools, and supplies for the automotive, marine, commercial, aircraft, and residential furniture markets... and we are the largest, too!


Finding high-quality supplies for industrial purposes can be a challenge, especially if you want to do so at reasonable prices. For roofing supply companies and contractors, quality is always of the utmost importance. A poorly-built roof can leave a home or business...


Located in the heart of Polk County Iowa, Gilbreath Upholstery Supply operates from a 10,000 Square foot shop built on a one acre plot at 2507 East 21st Street, Des Moines IA. Providing the best service and finest products for any and all upholstery needs, Gilbreath holds an A+ rating with the BBB. Gilbreath has been meeting customer needs, from America's heartland since 1946.


Gilbreath Upholstery Supply provides quality products from front to back, bow to stern and inside out for any vehicle. Whether you are looking for fine Scottish leather upholstery for your corporate jet or looking for carbon fiber vinyl for import tuner projects, multi-purpose marine vinyl for your boat, or for vehicles that need a strong durable interior, Gilbreath Upholstery Supply will meet your needs with products that you will not find anywhere else.


We are proud of being the leading U.S. fulfilment supplier of upholstery product lines like, auto carpet, aviation vinyl flooring and marine canvas upholstery lines; we are always willing to help good folks find great upholstery products.


For aviation enthusiasts, Gilbreath Upholstery Supply is the clear choice as all our aviation upholstery product lines such as Aircraft Fabrics, Airplane Vinyl, Fine Aircraft Leather and even Vinyl Flooring for Aircraft all meet the stringent FAA FAR regulation 25.853 which specifies the flammability requirements for aircraft interiors.


Ultimately, Gilbreath Upholstery Supply is committed to providing all of its customers with the very best upholstery products for auto, aviation and marine use from inside to out. They will not only provide you with materials that add luxury and value to any mode of transport, but the quality of products sold by Gilbreath Upholstery Supply also ensures that your purchase will last for years to come.


Featuring a product line that contains multiple cushion foam types, access to thousands of fabric patterns, and fiberfill cushion wrap (Dacron), The Foam Factory is a great resource for small businesses in need of an affordable, wholesale source for materials, as well as individuals in search of quality upholstery products.


The most important characteristics of any piece of furniture are comfort and durability. Using poor-quality materials in an upholstery project can leave a seat looking great but feeling terrible, defeating the purpose of reupholstering. Selecting the proper upholstery foam for a project will give it looks, comfort, and longevity you will appreciate.


It is important that you keep your upholstery clean and well-maintained. Sometimes, dust and dirt can also cause discoloration. Regular vacuuming and dusting and professional cleaning is essential for keeping you upholstery well protected.


Routine Cleaning. Even if you don't hire a professional upholstery cleaner regularly, you should clean your upholstered furniture regularly. Dusting should be done every day or every other day if you have the time. This aids in the reduction of filth and dust accumulation on the upholstery.


Ready to redesign your home? Fabrics That Go has over 10,000 bolts of fabric IN-STOCK to choose from. We are fully-equipped to do quality custom upholstery and custom drapery based on your needs and specifications. Outside of Arizona? Order online and get our fabric shipped directly to your door!


Well, I hope this has helped to take the mystery out of some of the most common upholstery supplies. In this blog post, I have talked about some of the most common items you will use when upholstering a piece of furniture. All of these supplies are used on a daily basis in my studio. From jute webbing for support, burlap, cotton, and Dacron to pad the furniture and almost every piece has welt cord as a detail. If you are unfamiliar with how to work with these upholstery supplies you may find our online membership helpful in clarifying this, as our video tutorials demonstrate how each of these items is used in the upholstery process. Stay tuned for another blog post where we will discuss more of the items used in the upholstery process.


From two convenient warehouse locations in National City and Vista, UFO Upholstery Fabric Outlet has been providing all of San Diego with the largest selection of in-stock upholstery fabrics, upholstery accessories, and professional reupholstery services since 1940. Our experienced staff is here to help guide you on your next upholstery project. Come see the selection for yourself... We look forward to serving you!


If you care to refine your upholstery fabric search by color, type, pattern or brand and have not done so already please use the search refinement selections below to narrow the display of our furniture upholstery fabric.


A double rub rating is not applicable to a fabric used for bedding, curtain, drapery or other applications where the fabric is not subjected to abrasion. A double rub rating applicable to fabric used for upholstery is obtained from an industry test that measures fabric resistance to typical abrasion that is expected from the use of upholstered furniture.


Under 5000 Double Rub Rating or code "LD" is suitable for home decor light duty upholstery use (not daily use, more for decorative appeal). 5000 - 14900 Double Rub Rating or code "MD" is suitable for medium use home decor upholstery applications such as living rooms. 15000 - 29900 Double Rub Rating or code "RD" is suitable for everyday regular and heavy use home decor upholstery applications. 30000 and Above Double Rub Rating or code "HD" is suitable for residential and commercial upholstery subjected to "extreme use". Code "LDO" indicates a selection of fabric that is only recommended for 'light duty outdoor' upholstery applications where cushions do not receive regular use and can be easily removed and stored away from harmful UV light when not in use. These selections are not intended for normal indoor furniture upholstery as they are not constructed to withstand the abrasion of regular use. If you are in need of a more durable outdoor fabric that can also be used for indoor upholstery, we recommend a High Performance Indoor-Outdoor Fabric from Sunbrella, Bella-Dura and Covington.


The surface wear of a fabric caused by rubbing and contact with another fabric. Association For Contract Textiles "ACT" GUIDELINES General Contract Upholstery ASTM D4157-02 (ACT approved #10 Cotton Duck) 15,000 double rubs Wyzenbeek method ASTM D4966-98 (12 KPa pressure) 20,000 cycles Martindale method Heavy Duty ASTM D4157-02 (ACT approved #10 Cotton Duck) 30,000 double rubs Wyzenbeek method ASTM D4966-98 (12 KPa pressure) 40,000 cycles Martindale method End use examples of heavy-duty installations where upholstery fabrics rated at 30,000 double rubs should be appropriate are single shift corporate, hotel rooms/suites, conference rooms and dining area usage.


ACT acknowledges that there are extreme wear situations that may require higher levels of abrasion resistance. End use examples that may require higher than 30,000 double rubs include: 24 hours transportation terminals, 24 hour telemarketing, 24 hour healthcare emergency rooms, 24 hour casino gambling areas, and such public gathering places as theatres, stadiums, lecture halls and fast food restaurants. It is strongly suggested that double rubs exceeding 100,000 are not meaningful in providing additional value in use. Higher abrasion resistance does not necessarily indicate a significant extension of the service life of the fabric. The Wyzenbeek and Martindale tests are the two methods commonly used to predict wear-ability. Actual performance is determined by many factors such as fiber content, weaves, finishes, furniture design, maintenance, cleaning, and usage. Durability of an upholstery fabric is a complex interaction (combination) of a number of performance tests that, in addition to abrasion, includes seam slippage, pilling, tensile strength, and usage. There is no correlation between the Wyzenbeek and Martindale tests so it is not possible to estimate the number of cycles that would be achieved on one test if the results from the other test were known.


Measure the wall height and pre-cut strips to match the wall height, allow an extra 1-2 inches for trimming both the top and bottom. Make sure to align any design from strip to strip. This means "STRAIGHT MATCH" designs are matched at the same height. It is where the left and right edges of the wallpaper strip match in a straight horizontal line with the left and right edges of the next strip of wallpaper "HALF DROP" designs repeat across the roll half way down the vertical repeat and must be taken into consideration when each strip is cut. Do not cut "HALF DROP" design strips like you would "STRAIGHT MATCH" or your strips will line up incorrectly. Cut and trim product with a sharp razor knife changing the blade often to help maintain a smooth clean cut. Number the back of each strip as you go to keep your design in the correct order (only if pattern requires it). 041b061a72


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