Cambridge Materials Testing
Cleanability testing

Cleanability testing methods were developed to guide the user in selecting a finish coating or material that is resistant to soiling in a particular application. The numerical values derived by this test method enable the user to rank finish coatings and materials in regard to soil retention or ease of soil removal. Cleanability testing determines the ability of a material to be cleaned after being subjected to a variety of chemicals and cleaning agents. One example, automotive fabrics are tested then rated for their cleanability.

CMTL has considerable expertise and experience with a wide range of surface materials and we can offer considerable independent technical support services and perform the cleanability testing of your raw materials and finished products.