Upholstery pertains to a component of wheelchairs that must withstand daily use in all kinds of weather. Consequently, manufacturers provide a variety of options to users, ranging from cloth to new synthetic fabrics to leather.

Many manufacturers also offer a selection of upholstery colors, ranging from black to neon, to allow for individual selection and differing tastes among consumers.

-see also:
"Upholstery" is in the NAICS Code "56174"
  Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Services

"Upholstery" is in the UNSPSC Code "11162113"
  Upholstery fabrics

Ref: 123456/2006-10-14


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