The Sunbrella® Ventana Collection of performance fabrics for the Shade Store blends stylish design with the unparalleled performance of Sunbrella fabrics. From subtle solids to bold patterns, fabrics in the Sunbrella Ventana Collection are not only high in style, but deliver the legendary fade-resistant qualities of Sunbrella fabrics.
8 materials | 50+ colors | Available for roman shades, drapery & cornices
VENTANA COLLECTION® AND SUNBRELLA® ARE REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF GLEN RAVEN, INC.
One of the best ways to keep Sunbrella® fabrics looking good is to brush off dirt before it becomes embedded in the fabrics and wipe up spills or clean soon after a stain occurs. The quicker you clean spills and stains, the easier they can be to remove.
Try this first! With a new spill or stain on your Sunbrella® fabric:
- Blot (don't rub) liquid spills with a clean, dry cloth. For oil-based spills, apply an absorbent such as corn starch, then remove with a straight edge.
- Spray on a mild cleaning solution of soap (such as Dawn or Woolite) and water.
- Rinse the fabric throughly to remove all soap residue.
- Air dry.
- Avoid scrubbing, hard bristle brushes, and anything abrasive
- Protect the area around your Sunbrella fabric when using bleach or chemical solvents
- If your fabric is wrinkled, try using an iron on the synthetic setting
- DO NOT use a steamer or iron set to steam setting.
|Stain||Recommended Cleaning Solutions|
|Berry||Combine 1/4 cup dishwashing liquid and 1/2 cup - 1 cup white vinegar per 1 gallon water.|
|Apply cornstarch as an absorbent, remove excess with a straight edge, clean up residual with dishwashing liquid and water.|
|Crayon||Treat with Isopropyl alcohol. Then clean with 1/4 cup dishwashing liquid per 1 gallon water.|
|Ink (India, ballpoint)
|Treat with volatile solvent (acetone 100%). Then clean with soap and water and rinse thoroughly.|
|Mildew||Combine 1/4 cup dishwashing liquid and 1 cup bleach per 1 gallon water.|
|Wine||Combine 1/4 cup dishwashing liquid, 1/3 cup white vinegar and 1/2 cup - 1 cup Isopropyl alcohol or hydrogen peroxide per 1 gallon water.|