Clean with water-based cleaning agents, foam or pure, water free solvents. Vacuuming or light brushing is recommended to prevent dust and soil buildup.
According to the manufacturer, this fabric “may be cleaned with a 10% bleach to water solution. Rinse well after cleaning. May also be cleaned with hydrogen peroxide, alcohol, and quaternary ammonia (quat) based cleaners.”
Guilford of Maine fabric samples are available upon request by clicking on the “request fabric sample” button at the top of the page. These memo samples are approximately 6″ x 6″ and available free of charge.
Our Guilford of Maine Bailey Acoustic Fabric is used to wrap an acoustical substrate or other absorptive material. The Bailey series is a multi-color weave combining more than one color for a bold finish. The designer fabric’s texture provides a clean and beautiful finish for your project.
Guilford Fabric ships as a continuous piece. If you order 10 yards, you will receive a continuous 10-yard piece. The only exception would be for quantities around 50 – 60 yards, where the material would exceed the shipping and packing limitations.
Note: While we make every attempt to accurately display fabrics, colors may vary depending on your screen settings. Before ordering, please request a fabric sample to ensure color and texture. Colors may vary between dye lots. All fabric is custom cut to order and non-returnable.
Acoustical panel fabric
Suitable for use as a speaker grille cloth
100% recycled polyester
Technical Information for Guilford of Maine Bailey Acoustic Fabric:
Size: 66″ wide by 36″ yard (Sold by the linear yard)
Material: 100% recycled polyester
Weight: 8.3 ± 0.5 oz./linear yard
Treatment: Polyester binder
Fire Rating: Class 1 or A per ASTM E84
Breaking Strength: 150 lbf min. warp and 100 lbf min fill (ASTM D5034)
Tear: 15 lbf min. warp and fill (ASTM D2261)
Colorfastness to light (AATCC 16 Option 3): Grade 4 min at 40 hours
Colorfastness to crocking (AATCC 8): Grade 4 min. dry & Grade 3 min. wet
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Antimony Trioxide CAS 1309-64-4 catalyst used in polyester fiber production known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.