BSR-IICRC S300 Upholstery Cleaning
Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Upholstery Cleaning (2000)
IICRC S300 is a procedural standard. It has been written using reliable principles, research and practical experience, plus consultation with and information obtained from numerous sources. These include: allied tradespersons; cleaning chemical and equipment formulators and manufacturers; upholstery and furniture manufacturers; international, national and regional trade associations; organizations serving the professionals cleaning industry, both independent and franchise; cleaning industry training schools; cleaning service companies; and others with specialized experience. IICRC S300 provides a specific set of practical standards for upholstery cleaning. It does not attempt to teach comprehensive upholstery cleaning procedures; rather, it provides the foundational principle for proper cleaning practice.
The S300 Consensus Body Chair is Ed Hobbs and Vice Chair is Paul Pearce.
Current Status: IICRC is currently initiating the revision of the ANSI/IICRC S300. IICRC is seeking participation from stakeholders from the ‘user ‘ interest category. Users would be identified as a person or organization using the services covered by this Standard, rather than producing or selling them.
Those who would be classified as users, and are interested in participating on the S300 Consensus Body or Chapter Committees should fill out the S300 Application Form, and email it back to IICRC Standards Director, Mili Washington at email@example.com.
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