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Lee vs Temple, Nylon vs Rayon/Olefin

Posted by bobgriff (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 4, 13 at 16:47

We are looking to buy a loveseat, wing chair and ottoman.

Does anyone have a preference or recommendation for Lee Industries or Temple Furniture, both from North Carolina?

How about an opinion on a long wearing, easy to spot clean fabric? Color will be beige. We are an older couple with a Golden Retriever. We have narrowed it down to two:

A 100% Nylon, velvet-like microfiber called “Montego”.

A 59% Rayon, 41% Olefin tightly woven blend rated at 39,000 double rubs.

Any help would be appreciated.


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RE: Lee vs Temple, Nylon vs Rayon/Olefin

I like oak furniture. They are best quality furniture. As mentioned in above thread, I would recommend Nylon.


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RE: Lee vs Temple, Nylon vs Rayon/Olefin

Im thinking microfiber and dog hairs tend to stick together.


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