Repair and Care
Always pretest fabric in an out-of-the way area to guard against color transfer or color change.
Majilite is very often used on Yachts. It’s an
artificial leather material that can be used on ceilings
and wall panels but also on furniture items. Majilite
produces a wide range of products that use unique micro
fiber technology. There are two primary categories of
products on which all these products are based.
1. Faux Leather
All the faux leather products from Majilite are made of a specially engineered nylon or polyester fiber matrix. These products are manufactured in the United States and are made without PVC or plasticizers. Due to the technical innovation of the material produced, a wide range of visual and tactile effects can be achieved on the material. Everything from luminous metallic surfaces and woven leather looks to authentic animal and reptile grains is possible. Majilites most appealing features is how it mimics leather’s gloss and surface feel. Plus it’s easy to maintain. Majilite is made out of NYTEK®.
This is a specially engineered nylon fiber and the
products are designed with a built-in stain resistant
finish that will not wash or wear off and does not
require a topically applied spray. Since NYTEK does not
contain oils or plasticizers like leather or vinyl, it
does not "dry out" or become stiff with time. It is not
necessary to apply anything to its surface to "restore
it.” So no Vinyl Dressings and Leather Conditioners are
needed. Periodic cleaning with soap and water and
sensible care and use are all that are needed.
The following simple cleaning methods will ensure the long-lasting beauty and elegance of these NYTEK products.
The NYTEK faux leather collection includes: Action, Attaché, Baby Ostrich, Brushed Finesse, Burnished Metal, Cane, Courier, Deco, Destiny, Finesse, Glazed Finesse, Grandeur, Metals & Pearls Finesse, Moccasin, Nuance, Panache, Pearl Raindrop, Prestige, Satchel, Starlite, Vista etc.
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Ordinary dirt, smudges and water-soluble stains such
as coffee, tea, juice, soft drinks, milk, beer, and wine
can be removed with mild soap and water. Use a clean
cloth or soft sponge to dab the stain with soapy water.
Remove the soap solution by wiping the area with a cloth
and clean water. Dry with a soft lint-free cloth or
towel. For general cleaning of commercial installations,
use mild soap and water. Avoid using cleaners containing
abrasives or bleach.