Bliss Linen

Sunbrella Upholstery
SKU
48135-0001
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Description
Bliss Linen (48135-0001), is a visually textural neutral that uses a bi-colored yarn. There's no need to worry about choosing a lighter-colored fabric, thanks to the stain-resistant properties of Sunbrella fabrics. This fabric is also resistant to pilling and abrasion, making it an ideal choice for applications both indoors and out.
Technical Information
Application Cushions, Drapery / Curtains, Indoor Upholstery, Marine Upholstery, Outdoor Upholstery, Pillows, Umbrellas
Abrasion (Wyzenbeek) 40,000
Fabric Content 100% Sunbrella® Acrylic
Construction Woven
Finish Non-PFOA Soil & Stain Repellent
Width 54 in. (137.16 cm)
Weather Protection Water Repellent
Weight Oz. Ly. Yd. 10.59
Width
Weight Oz. Sq. Yd. 6.50
Selvedge Left / Right
Recyclable

Yes, through the Recycle My Sunbrella program.

Collection Sunbrella Balance
CA Prop 65 No CA Prop 65 label is required.
Cleaning Code BC, WS

Warranty

ACT Performance Guidelines

  • Key factors in assessing overall durability of a fabric vary depending on the fabric construction.
  • The surface wear of a fabric caused by friction (30,000 minimum double rubs Wyzenbeek method)
  • A material's degree of resistance to the fading effect of light.
  • Transfer of dye from the surface of a dyed or printed fabric onto another surface by rubbing.
  • The measurement of a fabric's performance when it is exposed to specific sources of ignition.

Environmental

  • Sunbrella fabrics do not contain AZO dyes. We require our suppliers to not use them as well.
  • This fabric is GREENGUARD certified for low chemical emissions, contributing to healthy indoor air quality.
  • Sunbrella fabrics do not contain lead.
  • This fabric has been tested in an independent laboratory to verify it contains no harmful substances according to STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® (19.HUS.73033 HOHENSTEIN HTTI)
  • REACH compliancy is regulated by the European Union and promotes protection against harmful chemicals.
  • The Skin Cancer Foundation recommends certain Sunbrella fabrics in shading products as part of a complete sun protection regimen, including regular use of sunscreen, to aid in preventing sun-induced skin damage.

Compliance

Meets CA #117-2013 Sec. E (CS-191-53) Classification: 1 Normal Flammability;
UFAC Interior Fabrics Test Method-1990 – Meets Class I Requirements;