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Introduction of Sta-Kleen at Hospitality Design Expo
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Three prominent contract market distributors are introducing Sta-Kleen, the first true dry-erase urethane performance fabric, at the Hospitality Design Expo in Las Vegas, May 19-21.

The Mitchell Group, Niles, Ill., which developed and markets Sta-Kleen Dry Erase Urethane Upholstery, announced agreements with cf stinson, Rochester Hills, Mich.; Kravet Contract, Bethpage, N.Y.; and Scott Fabrics, Memphis, Tenn., to distribute Sta-Kleen. The three distributors will unveil the industry's first truly erasable faux leather urethane fabric at the Hospitality Design Expo.

Each of the distributors will host interactive presentations about Sta-Kleen in their Hospitality Design Expo booths. Cf stinson will be at booth 4824, Kravet Contract at booth 4421, and Scott Fabrics at booth 4951.

Titled "Now You See It...Now You Don't," the Sta-Kleen presentations will be delivered by the brand's iconic Erasable Man™ to Hospitality Design Expo show attendees, who can test the erasability of the faux leather urethane fabric and see its high-end aesthetic appeal.

Sta-Kleen dry erase urethane fabric features built-in resistance to permanent damage from stains. Most persistent stains like those made by permanent marker, ballpoint pen, yellow mustard, and Betadine® antiseptic that would stain conventional urethane upholstery can be dry-erased from Sta-Kleen with a cloth. Any remaining ghost stain can be removed with household rubbing alcohol.

"We are very pleased to announce our agreements with Kravet Contract, cf stinson and Scott as together we unveil Sta-Kleen performance fabric for Hospitality Design Expo show-goers," said Bill Fisch, president of The Mitchell Group. "Sta-Kleen urethane faux leather upholstery is made impermeable to stains through a proprietary bonding process. It creates new possibilities for hospitality and other commercial markets because it protects furnishings in high-traffic areas, enhances fashion for designers and reduces maintenance costs for the end-user."

Sta-Kleen's erasability feature is a permanent part of the upholstery that won't wear out, thus protecting furniture for as long as it lasts. Regular and repeated cleanings will not damage or diminish the cleanability of the surface. Sta-Kleen is sulfide stain resistant, anti-microbial, and anti-bacterial for healthier indoor environments, and is available in a wide array of contemporary colors and patterns, all with the hand of real leather.

Sta-Kleen Performance Fabric

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