With the development of technology, the demand for soundproofing has increased exponentially. Noise can be a nuisance, especially when you need to work or study while others are trying to sleep or relax. Instead, a blog looks into how fabric wrapped acoustic panel can be cleaned and why it is important to know this information before you start cleaning.
Fabric wrapped acoustic panel is a metope adornment material with a very strong sound-absorbing effect. Its base material uses high-density glass wool board commonly. It is wrapped with fabrics like linen and widely applied to cinemas, meeting rooms, and auditoriums waiting for acoustics to affect the higher place.
How do you clean fabric?
If you have fabric wrapped acoustic panels, you will want to take care when cleaning them. Acoustic panels are treated with a sealant that helps to protect the wood from moisture and decay. You can remove the sealant with a mild cleaner. You will need to clean the panel every few months to keep it in good condition.
Here are some tips on how to clean a fabric wrapped acoustic panel: To clean an acoustic panel, start by removing any dust or debris on the surface. Next, use a mild cleaner to spray the area liberally. Finally, make sure to work the cleaner into all of the crevices and corners. Finally, let the panel dry before applying the sealant again.
How to dry the panel
To clean the fabric wrapped acoustic panel, follow these steps:
- Remove the panel from the frame.
- Spread a thin layer of vegetable oil over the panel’s entire surface, including the edges attached to the frame.
- Put the panel back in the frame and attach it to the wall using screws or nails.
- Turn on a fan or air conditioning unit and let it blow on the panel for at least two hours.
- Remove the panel and brush off any residue.
- Repeat steps 2-5 until all residue is gone.
When cleaning the fabric wrapped acoustic panel, it is important to remember that water and soap will damage the finish on the panel. To clean an acoustic panel wrapped in fabric, try using a damp cloth followed by a light coat of furniture polish or sealant. Be sure not to use harsh or abrasive as this could damage the finish. But if you still have doubts about cleaning your fabric wrapped acoustic panels, don’t hesitate to contact us at leedings.com, and LEEDINGS IS so glad to provide you with professional advice. Thanks for reading!