Lofty wall padding and CES tracks
The idea behind our Lofty wall padding is making it work with the CES tracks. As you know Clean Edge System has a 1/4″ projection, so we needed a layer of batting with the same thickness.
It is now possible with LOFTY. You will only find natural cotton like this one through CleanEdgeSystem.com. It is an exclusive product made for our company.
All other batting material for walls are far too thin. Therefore, Lofty is the right product, one layer on the wall and that’s it.
How to install Lofty?
Once the track is around the perimeter of the room, staple the wall padding just at the edge of the track. Staple every 2″ to 3″, then trim the excess wall material.
If a ceiling height is 9 feet, we recommend to use Lofty railroad.
Start at the top right corner and keep stapling toward the left wall. Don’t stretch while attaching to the wall.
But slightly stretch and staple across the bottom. Do the sides and trim.
Keep the rubber lips free from the Lofty wall padding. That is a minimum of 3/8″ away from the head of the track.
You are now ready to fit the fabric.
Why a cotton padding?
We have selected cotton for several reasons. Above all, Lofty is eco-friendly and does not attracts dust like other. It provides good insulation in a room.
Static electricity can be problematic in some states. Especially in dry air, in altitude, Colorado is a good example.
Also, cotton creates good natural support to an upholstered wall. Lofty wall padding is easy to use as it drapes well. You will enjoy installing the light weight Lofty. Not to mention made in American.
Where do I find CES tracks?
Clean Edge System tracks are found in this website. Follow the link to the page Wall upholstery track system. You have all information needed to install including videos on YouTube.
CES tracks are widely used in all types of homes.