Many customers ask us, "What's the best way to keep my table clean? What are the best options?"
We strongly recommend the following:
Use a cleaner that has NO Bleach, and NO Alcohol in it. Alcohol and Bleach can cause these types of fabrics to harden, crack, and discolor.
Still, you want it to be certified 99.9% effective germicidal.
Thankfully, we carry a line of products that meet these criterion!
No matter what you use to clean your fabrics, the best practice recommendation is that after using any cleanser directly on the fabric itself, it is advisable that you wipe the fabric off with a water-wetted towel or paper towel to remove any residue from the cleaning products.
Additional methods of protection:
Using Paper Rolls is highly effective. These can be changed easily between clients.
Some tables come with a paper roll holder standard, for others it's an option.
For yet others, one can be added.
We don't want your new tables to look like the ones on Craigslist with the heavy vinyl cover on them, and I'm sure you don't either!
What we hear through the grapevine from medical offices that work with us is that Clear Protection Film is the thing.
It's easy to cut to size, easy to put on-- it just clings onto the table, also easy to replace whenever you need to.
The film is clear and nearly invisible.
And, one last thought, You can also use a paper roll holder and the protective film together — using both layers is also commonly done.