Published at Tuesday, November 20th, 2018 - 07:19:02 AM. Theatre Seating. By Serge Renou.
Popcorn oil, spilled soda, gum, and all of the other things that can get on the surface of theatre seating during the course of a movie wreak havoc with the way the item looks and smells you can cover some of the looks up by buying dark colored pieces and keeping the lighting inside the room dim. The smell is a little harder to mask. The smell of old greases and sweat from bodies can quickly turn a cinema into an awful place to be. Keeping the theatre seating clean will eliminate the majority of these odors. You will also want to sweep and mop under the seats on a daily basis and keep the carpeting that runs up and down the aisles cleaned as well. You will need a good hand vacuum to use on the cloth covered theatre seating in your cinema. Every day you should have an employee take the hand held vacuum into the theater and vacuum all loose particles from the cushions of the chairs. They need to pay extremely close attention to the cracks and crevices when they are performing this task.
Many people spend a lot of time choosing their stage equipment, but one thing that is often overlooked is home theatre seating. It gets forgotten about because people are more concerned about their amplifier, or DVD player or the positioning of their TV screen. Your seating for your home theatre is a vital part of the whole home cinema experience and can really add to, or detract from, the whole magical moment of watching that movie. So you need to make sure that you pick the right type of seating to ensure your comfort and your enjoyment of your very own theatre.
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