With the new fabric Picobello,
stains have hardly any chance!

Picobello sets a new standard. Thanks to its high-quality and high-tech yarns, this Picobello article is durable and easy to maintain. Stains have hardly any chance. Experience these benefits now!

Care Instructions

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Washable at 30°C

Picobello upholstery fabrics are easy-care and washable up to 30°.

You can use normal washing powder and fabric softener when washing. For professional cleaning, please follow the recommendations regarding chemicals. Do not use detergents with optical whiteners.

Picobello upholstery fabrics should always be washed separately. The fabric dries quickly in the air or in a dryer. If you use a dryer, you should select the “easy-care” and “iron-damp” program.

Please do not dry clean the Picobello fabric! 

Picobello - Antibakteriell und antiallergisch
Picobello – Extrem strapazierfähig

Extremely durable

In an extensive and lengthy series of tests, the strength of the yarn, combined with refined bonds, was tested.

The modified polyolefin and micro fibre yarn used by Picobello are above average quality!

The result of combining high-tech yarns and professional craftsmanship skills is an upholstery fabric that sets standards and inspires customers.

Test the extreme durability of Picobello now!

Extremely durable

Super soft

When you touch Picobello for the first time, you‘ll be amazed by its soft touch. Compared to other upholstery fabrics that have similar characteristics, Picobello feels super soft. This pleasant feel is achieved by a unique combination of fine but very strong filaments in the composition of the yarn. To achieve this optimal result, after weaving, the fabric is fulled in a drum at high speed. This creates a lasting pleasant softness.

Enjoy the luxury and the unique sitting comfort of Picobello!

Super soft
Picobello - Super weich


The high-tech yarns from the Picobello articles are stain-resistant. Stains can be easily removed using a sponge.

All stain tests were carried out by an independent laboratory and have shown that:

  • Stains in column 1 were removed with a “sponge clean” in the laboratory and left very weak or no stains, if cared for as instructed.
  • Stains in column 2 were not able to be completely removed with a “sponge clean”. Light, barely perceptible stains remained visible. Some stains formed so-called beads on the fabric, others were absorbed by the fabric and spread.