How is Supreen made?

Supreen is an innovative performance upholstery fabric, made in an innovative production process. Supreen is more than just a layering of advanced materials, but thanks to a proprietary process utilizing cutting-edge technology, silicone, polyester textile, and performance polyurethane layers are permanently embedded in and to one another, making a true composite material.

See how Supreen is made here:

  • Woven Polyester Fabric

    The fabric is woven to the highest performance specifications, to ensure seam strength, abrasion resistance, and pilling resistance.

  • Dyeing

    Dyeing brings the fabric to life. It can be dyed in a rainbow of colors, with a variety of tonal effects possible for special visual appeal.

  • Purification

    The fabric is purified in a proprietary, patented process which removes 99.9% of all contaminants, such as dirt and oil from production.

  • Silicone Solution

    The fabric is bathed in a silicone solution, during which the silicone is embedded into the fiber and merges with the fabric. This does not affect the appearance or texture of the fabric.

  • Embedded Polyurethane Backing

    A high-performance polyurethane film is thermo-bonded to the fabric, without the use of any adhesives or solvents. This polyurethane backing weaves itself into the fabric, creating a new, composite material.

  • Voilà

    Supreen: a soft, supple performance fabric that blocks liquids and assists stains.