The Mitchell Group can supply customers with documentation (test results, certifications, etc.) for the products they purchase upon request. Please contact your sales representative for more information.


Certain clothing and accessory dyes (such as those on denim jeans) may migrate to lighter colors. This phenomenon is increased by humidity and temperature, and is irreversible. The Mitchell Group will not assume responsibility for dye transfer caused by external contaminants.


The use of welt cord on faux leather in residential and commercial upholstery applications is discouraged. When used as trim in extremely high abrasion areas such as cushion tops the welt is subject to magnified levels of continual rubbing, and premature de-lamination of the faux leather surface could occur. Even though Mitchell Group's residential and commercial grade faux leathers are designed to meet or exceed industry abrasion standards, the small piece of material that is wrapped and stressed around a hard piece of plastic welt creates greater tension and reduces the flexibility of the faux leather. This, combined with the vulnerability of the exposed welt cord, makes it subject to more abnormal amounts of abrasion than the actual cushion itself.


Per-fluorinated chemicals, sometimes referred to as PFCs or PFASs, are a group of chemicals containing carbon-fluorine bonds. Examples of chemicals in this class include PFOA, PFOS, and more than 3,000 related compounds. 

Per-fluorinated chemicals are bioaccumulative and persistent substances, which means that they don’t break down but will accumulate in nature. Some of the highly fluorinated chemicals, such as PFOA, are toxic to reproduction and suspected to be carcinogenic.

The function of per-fluorinated chemicals is to give material oil-, stain-, and water-repellent properties. Within the textile industry, these chemicals are mainly used as a surface treatment on fabrics. 

The Mitchell Group does not treat any products with per-fluorinated chemicals. Mitchell is a participant in the Healthier Hospitals Initiative, Safer Chemicals Challenge which endeavors to eliminate the use of formaldehyde, per-fluorinated compounds, antimicrobials, and all flame retardants.

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