We are an independent wholesale wallcovering distributor, specializing in contract commercial and designer wallcoverings.

Acoustical Wallcovering Cleaning

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  • Acoustical Wallcovering will stay attractive and serviceable with regular vacuuming.
  • Carefully blot liquid spills immediately with a dry, white absorbent cloth or paper towel.
  • Avoid scrubbing the area. This may spread the stain or distort pile.
  • For solids, allow to dry, remove with cloth, gently brush and vacuum.
  • Most stains will disappear when treated with a mild detergent.
  • To prevent spreading, work from the edges of the stain inward toward the center.
  • After the stain has been removed, rinse with a mist sprayer of cold water and blot until dry.
  • If you elect to use a cleaning solvent or spot removal agent, test in an inconspicuous area to make certain the solution does not alter color or damage fiber and blot dry.


  • Recommendations of adhesive manufacturer should be strictly followed and take precedence.
  • A clear, non"staining wallcovering adhesive will help prevent problems if dropped on the face of the material.
  • Care should be taken not to get adhesive on the face. If adhesive lands on the face of the material, check with adhesive manufacturer.


  • Immediate attention to any spill will increase the probability of removal.
  • Repeating the steps: wet-wipe-rinse-blot-dry, may be required to fully extract contaminant.
  • For most cleaners, rinse with a mist sprayer of cold water to prevent residue of cleaning solution from attracting future soil.
  • Our Acoustical Wallcoverings are made from solution dyed polyolefin, polyester and nylon staple fibers, which inherently resist stains, moisture, mildew, rot and bacteria.
  • For best results, call an experienced, professional textile wallcovering or carpet cleaner.

Please Note: The above is based upon practical field experience and in no way, expressed or implied is meant to be a guarantee. For best results, it is recommended that a qualified textile wallcovering cleaner be employed