Velour is a fabric with a luxurious texture and appearance. It is a shaded fabric that tends to change colour depending on the light. It is best suited to dark colours: green, dark brown, grey, blue. Velour is produced using synthetic, viscose or polyamide admixtures. Today, this fabric is extremely popular and is often used for furniture and other interior details such as cushions. Velour fits in with your home décor, so don’t forget to choose new fabrics. In some places, the velvet surface may lose its velvet qualities, which is part of the charm of velour.
How to care for velvet? A soft brush or hand-held steam iron helps to keep the surface clean. If you spill liquid, wipe it up immediately with an absorbent cloth. Do not rub the surface as this may damage the fabric. Use only cleaning products or warm water and soap on this fabric. Before cleaning the fabric, test the cleaning agent in an inconspicuous place.
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