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Choosing The Best Slipcover Fabric For Your Sofa-Cabrexa

Reupholstering and slip covering are two terms that come to mind when thinking about a sofa makeover. Purchasing a sofa slipcover is much more cost-economic and time-saving than reupholstering.

It's also easy to set up. It's crucial to know how to pick the best slipcover fabric before you buy it. We'll go through the benefits and drawbacks of common fabrics from various perspectives below.

1. Cotton

Cotton is one of the safest slipcover fabrics for homes with pets or small kids. It's made of a light, soft and machine-washable material. Fabrics that have been preshrunk can be washed several times.

It is also highly robust, able to withstand the wear and tear of pets and children. It will usually absorb stains and water while still protecting the fabric on the sofa below. Cotton, on the other hand, is a versatile fabric.

-PROS:
  • Super Long-lasting
  • Adaptable
  • Easily Inhaled
  • Allergy-friendly
  • Water Absorption
  • Pilling Resistant
  • Excellent Abrasion Resistance
  • Comfortable, Soft Hand
  • Easily Cleanable  

-CONS:

  • After the First Wash, It Shrinks.
  • Easily Absorbs Stain
  • Mildew in May

2. Linen

 

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Linen is a flax-based natural textile fiber that is extremely solid. It's a smooth, fluffy, and naturally lustrous fabric with excellent longevity and natural moth, pilling, and abrasion resistance.

It's frequently combined with cotton for added elasticity. When the linen is washed, it becomes soft and relaxed with a natural wrinkle, making it an excellent casual choice. Linen that hasn't been washed can smell bad.

-PROS:

  • Environmentally Friendly
  • Very Long Durable
  • Refreshing Texture Feel
  • Pill-Resistant
  • Resistant to Mildew

-CONS:

  • Fast Wrinkles Removing
  • Unresisting Staining
  • Protect it from Sun 

3. Velvet

 

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Velvet is a woven cloth with a dense and short pile that makes it stand out. Velvet stands out for its warmth, texture, and rich color, despite its difficulty in cleaning. Velvet is the best choice for a warm winter night because it retains heat and has a creamy texture, making it very comfortable.

-PRO:

  • Extremely Soft and Luxurious
  • Brilliance
  • Vibrant Color
  • Good Warming
  • Own Delicate Styles

-CONS:

  • Not Easy To Clean
  • Costly

4. Leather

 

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This tough material can be vacuumed gently, damp-wiped as appropriate, and cleaned with saddle soap or leather conditioner. Many people believe that nothing compares to authentic leather furniture in terms of quality, elegance, comfort, and warmth. Faux leather, vinyl, fake, or synthetic leather has come a long way in terms of realism, feel, and performance over the last few decades.

-PRO:

  • Cleanable Easily
  • Last For Long Period
  • Magnificent

-CONS:

  • Not Pet-Best Choice
  • Not Cheap

5. Microfiber

If you like the look of leather but have small children or pets, microfiber slipcover fabric might be the best option. Microfiber has a leather-like appearance but is stain-resistant and easier to clean. They also have a soft cloth feel to them, which some people prefer to leather.

The dense fabric offers excellent security for the furniture underneath it. Foods or liquids spilled on the surface can be washed away quickly before becoming a stain. (A complete guide to microfiber couches can be found here.)

-PROS:

  • Clean very easily
  • Cozy
  • Long lasting
  • Stain-Resistant
  • Assemble to Leather

-CONS:

  • Lint Is Easy To adhere
  • Sunlight Resistance is Low
  • Color Blanch When it’s Light

 

6. Polyester

 

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Polyester, which was first introduced in the 1950s, is a one-of-a-kind man-made fabric that works best when combined with natural materials like cotton and wool. Polyester blends have good strength, are easy to clean, and are resistant to fading, wrinkling, and abrasion.

Polyester and spandex are commonly used in stretchable slipcover fabrics because they are very cost-effective. This form of fabric is often used in bulk production by manufacturers. As a result, ready-made slipcovers are inexpensive and usually machine washable. 

-PROS:

  • Inexpensive
  • Simply Handle
  • Long Duration
  • Resistance to Abrasion greatly
  • Resistance to Stain
  • Pretty Much of Choice
  • Not Fade Easily
  • Does not Wrinkle

-CONS:

  • Law Disinclination to Oil and Greasy Food Stains
  • Not Eco-Friendly

 

 


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