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I am renovating my apartment and the living / dining room has a fabric wall covering stretched over chopsticks. I like it a lot because of the comfort, but I hesitate between tapestry and stretched fabric glued. Are these new fabrics still "dust nests?" (The existing one is more than 20 years old and if it has faded, it is still impeccable.) The craftsman that I I chose to tell me no.

The stretched fabric remains incomparable, both from the decorative point of view and for its qualities of insulation, especially phonic. The laying on rods (profiles) is today very simplified. It is important to take a cotton or chlorofibre antistatic and dustproof fleece to prevent clogging of the fabric. Make sure it's your craftsman's choice.

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