Fiber Protector by Mafi’s revolutionary system was created using nanotechnology particles that are known to have the lowest friction of any known material. This formula encapsulates every fiber of the fabrics it’s applied to and creates an invisible shield. The formula protects each fiber against fluid and oil-based spills to repel stains, as well as dirt, debris and UV rays, which can cause unsightly fading. Using Fiber Protector improves the lifespan and preserves the appearance of carpets, furniture and other textiles.
This fiber protection system has antimicrobial properties, which prevent bacteria and viruses from reproducing on any surface it’s been applied to. It inhibits the growth of mold and mildew and its ability to repel dirt, debris and other airborne particles also makes vacuuming more effective, thus improving air quality and reducing the spread of illness.
- Creates an effective barrier against oil-based and water-based liquids
- Repels stains and makes stain removal and release an easy process
- Protects against sun damage
- Reduces wear and tear
- Prolongs the life of carpets and upholstery
- Makes vacuuming more effective
- Improves air quality and protects against the spread of bacteria and viruses
- Lowers costs by reducing the need for professional carpet cleaning and other cleaning products and supplies
Why Fiber Protector by Mafi
We’ve assembled a side-by-side comparison of the Fiber Protector compared to other popular textiles in use today. While other protectors
may offer some key protection features, they are lacking in certain areas that make Fiber Protector by Mafi the clear choice to protect your
Please review the comparison and call us with any questions.
|Benefit||Other Protectors||Fiber protector by|
|Easy Spot Removal|
|Reduce Traffic Wear||Topical Coatings will need more frequent reapplications|
|Helps Prevent Mold/Mildew/bacteria Growth|
|Better results with Next Professional Cleaning|
|Reduces Flame Spread|
|More Effective Vacuuming|
|Certified Enviroseal Approved Green Protector|
|Extends Life eof Textile|
|NanoTechology Penetrates & Protects Fiber|
|Lasts minimum of 2 Years with normal use, even with professional cleaning||Needs to be reapplied after 1 year or after next professional cleaning|
|Safe on all fabrics, even leather||Not for use on leather and some fine fabrics or non-colorsafe textiles|
|Silicon Free||Many contain silicon which yellow and doesn’t allow the textile to breathe||Fibers will not yellow over time|
Will my carpet or upholstery stiffen from using Fiber ProTector products?
No. Using Fiber Protector by Mafi does not change the look or feel of carpeting. Occasionally, slight over-application of Fiber Protector or accelerated drying (with fans or heat) may cause treated particles to stiffen. Simply, vacuum the affected areas and the carpet will feel normal again.
Is this product safe to use on wool?
The product is safe for use on wool rugs. Our Fiber Protector products are tested and approved by the WoolSafe organization and therefore safe to use on wool. Having your rugs or fabric protected means the dirt repellency and clean-ability are improved.
How often do I reapply?
With wear from dirt and traffic, the protection wears away with time. The more traffic and/or dirt, the faster it wears. After deep cleaning, Fiber Protector Products will be intact. If you are not sure about the strength of the protection, pour a bit of water over the fabric and see if it rolls off. Keep in mind, Fiber Protector products are very long lasting! To be sure, apply the product every once in a while and you won’t experience any problems!
How long does it take to dry?
Under average room temperature conditions (21 degrees C, 50% Humidity), most objects should be dry within 1 hour. Always be sure to check before wearing the treated areas. Longer dry times could occur under the following conditions: colder temperatures, more humid conditions, or heavy applications. Providing for proper ventilation for the product will also provide a quicker dry time in most conditions.
You can use it on rugs, residential or commercial carpeting, and automobile carpeting and matting. Always check for colorfastness first by testing in an inconspicuous area.