All fabrics, vinyls (V) and leathers must meet special requirements and undergo rigorous testing before they can be presented in our catalog. One important criterion is rub resistance, measured in terms of the number of double rubs a fabric can withstand before degrading. We recommend using fabrics that can withstand a minimum of 80,000 double rubs.
Grade does not necessarily represent a fabric’s quality level, but only its price range. For example, some B-grade fabrics have far superior durability attributes to C, D or E-grade fabrics. Leather covers are made from cowhides, all of which are unique and irregular in shape.
The colors are shown as a guide only. Even if your monitor’s color settings are properly calibrated, we cannot guarantee that the colors of the overlays will exactly match those displayed on your screen. To make a definitive choice, please refer to the samples available from your ADI representative.