Best Marine Upholstery Fabrics
Here are our marine upholstery fabric reviews.
This very heavyweight vinyl has a PVC face and a poly knit mesh back. The vinyl is considered upholstery weight and is great for a wide variety of outdoor projects, including marine upholstery, but can also be used for commercial upholstery projects or even household projects like headboards or for crafting.
- Easy to clean- wipe with a damp cloth
- Incredible durable
- Fabric is water stain, and UV rays resistant, and is lightfast for 500 hours
This very heavyweight vinyl fabric is 100% vinyl and is extremely durable. It is great for marine upholstery and other outdoor uses. The vinyl can also be used for in the house projects like headboards and other upholstery applications.
- This line was designed and engineered specifically for the marine industry
- Will withstand weather and outdoor elements
- UV treated
This vinyl fabric is very heavy weight and has a 100% PVC face coating and a 100% Poly mesh like backing. The fabric is incredibly durable. It is a great product for marine upholstery, but also has many other uses. The fabric can be used commercially, for automotive use, or even for household projects.
- Water, stain, and UV resistant, and is also lightfast for up to 500 hours of light exposure
- Comes in many different colors
- Wipe with a damp cloth for easy clean up
This very heavyweight marine vinyl fabric is made up of 100% PVC with a 100% polyester backing. The vinyl is extremely durable and has a leather-look. Like many other marine vinyl fabrics, it is strong enough to withstand the outdoor elements and marine upholstery projects, but can also be used for indoor upholstery projects as well.
- Treated so the fabric is water, stain, and UV resistant
- Light fast for up to 650 hours
- The fabric features 50,000 double rubs and comes in many different colors
This very heavyweight marine vinyl is made from 80% PVC and 20% polyester. The fabric is the first marine upholstery fabric from Sunbrella to be made from engineered synthetic leather. The fabric is extremely durable and stands up to abrasion, salt residue, and is resistant to cracking in the cold.
- Water and stain resistant and easy to clean
- Features four way stretch which is elastic and prevents the fabric from being misshapen
- Especially made to be softer and long lasting
Marine Upholstery Fabric Buying Guide
Marine upholstery fabrics are, most times, surprisingly budget friendly. Over time, boat seats and cushions do degrade from the sun and the elements. The marine environment can be a tough environment to withstand. Salt, water, and sunlight can be touch on any fabric. Marine upholstery fabric is a great way to revive old boat seats without having to purchase new ones. Some seats can be quite expensive, so it’s a great way to save money. These fabrics are designed to be durable and to withstand the elements, and most upholstery jobs will last for quite some time.
Customizable and Versatile
Maine grade upholstery fabrics are highly customizable and versatile. While they are designed to be used in the marine environment, the fabrics can be used for many other projects. They can be used to reupholster car seats, for household upholstery projects, for crafting projects, or even for seats on things like motorcycle seats, Jet Ski seats, or snowmobile seats.
Durable and Resistant
Marine upholstery fabric is usually incredibly durable. It is the best fabric to use when it comes to marine grade projects like boat seats or for use in environments where the fabric is going to be exposed to many hours of sunlight. Marine grade upholstery fabric is treated to be resistant to water, stains, UV rays, mildew, salt, and more. It is generally easy to care for and can usually be wiped clean with a damp cloth. Considering the fabric’s durability and its many beneficial properties, it is quite budget friendly.
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