Cleaning Instructions

Below are the recommended cleaning and disinfecting procedures for each of our divider materials.

Fabrics

 

Our Fabrics can be safely cleaned and disinfected with:

 

• Water-based foam or upholstery cleaner or dry-cleaning solvents
• Disinfectant sprays

 

When cleaning Fabrics it is recommended to vacuum the material first. Never saturate Fabrics with liquids as it may cause a water ring. Always be sure to test cleaning solutions in a small, inconspicuous area first.

PET

 

Our PET can be safely cleaned and disinfected with mild soap and water, disinfectant sprays, and fabric or carpet cleaners.

 

When cleaning with a fabric or carpet cleaner, always be sure to test it on a small, inconspicuous area first.

Acrylic

 

Our Acrylic can be safely cleaned and disinfected with most non-abrasive cleaners such as:

 

• Disinfecting wipes
• Disinfectant sprays
• Some Multi-Surface Cleaners
• Mild Soaps

 

Another option for cleaning Acrylic is preparing a bleach solution by mixing:

 

• 1/3 cup bleach per gallon of water or
• 4 teaspoons bleach per quart of water

 

Always be sure to use a soft, non-abrasive cloth, such as a microfiber or lint free cloth, and apply light pressure only. Never use paper towels as it will scratch Acrylic.

White Boards

 

Our White Boards can be safely cleaned and disinfected with mild soap and water, isopropyl alcohol, glass cleaner, and the following solutions:

 

• Ammonia Solution (1/2 cup ammonia per gallon of water) or
• Bleach Solution (2.5 tbsp bleach per gallon of water)

 

Always be sure to use a soft, non-abrasive cloth, such as a microfiber or lint free cloth, and apply light pressure only.