NEW Long-lasting Upholstery Surfaces: skai® Toronto EN

NEW Long-lasting Upholstery Surfaces. Thanks to skai® Toronto EN With staynu Technology

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See the durability of skai® Toronto EN up-holstery fabrics with staynu technology for yourself. Our sales staff will be happy to provide you with your staynu test kit along with fabric and soiling samples, as well as a suitable cleaner. 

Protective staynu technology will be available for a large number of uses in the future. We are celebrating its debut with the new synthetic upholstery fabric skai® Toronto EN. This was specially developed for use in high-traffic and high-stress public areas. Thanks to the staynu technology, skai® Toronto EN is also particularly tear-, scratch- and abrasion-resistant, with its high end look and feel of fine leather .


Extremely easy to clean
Extremely resistant to soiling and migration
Highly resistant to disinfectants
High tear and scratch resistance
High abrasion resistance (> 300,000 Martindale rubs)
Very good fastness to light (level 6)
Flame-retardant in accordance with DIN EN 1021-1+2, BS 5852 IS-0+1, IMO FTPC P8, MVSS 302, available in Crib 5
Responsible manufacturing process and environmentally friendly materials
Extremely long service life

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