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Enduratex™ launches educational vlog series: Vinyl 101

March 30th, 2020 / By: / Company News

Enduratex™ has announced the introduction of a VLOG series produced to educate and inform the design community on the many terms, technical processes and differences between characteristics of coated fabrics. A fully produced learning option, the series can be viewed any time, even while “sheltering at home.”

“We received numerous positive comments, and even more questions, after a recent speaking engagement entitled VINYL 101,” said Eric Petersen, director of sales and marketing for Enduratex. “We realized that there was a lot of information that designers wanted, that either wasn’t easily accessible to them or they hadn’t been taught, so we decided to create a series that informs, educates and provides a vehicle to answer questions,” he added.

The series, entitled VINYL 101, features Enduratex veteran “Professor’ John Kessler and Petersen, as they sit down and discuss the many questions often fielded by the Enduratex team. The videos are educational, but not stuffy, and impart a great deal of information on current topics and terminology.

Tune in through these links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88MPXBE2o18&feature=youtu.be

or on the Enduratex YOUTUBE Channel to learn about the following topics: Vinyl Lingo; PVC vs Alternatives; Product Specifications; Prop 65.

“We’re all working remotely now and could use a positive break from the news of the day. This is a great opportunity to learn more about coated fabrics, from the lingo used, to how to specify product, as well as the differences between products,” added Petersen. “We hope the industry will find these short videos informational and even entertaining.”

Enduratex is known for providing superior performance upholstery fabrics to the automotive, hospitality, marine, health care and spa industries. Headquartered in Corona, Southern California, Enduratex has product warehouses in Lebanon, Tenn. and La Mirada, Calif. Its parent company, China General Plastics Corporation, is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan.