Our main goal with this project is to increase the hygiene level and product life-cycle by covering the hard and rare textile-containing seating products such as sofa sets and chairs with the sprecilities of antibacterial, hydrophobic, and photocatalytic (self-cleaning by decomposition of organic dirt contaminant) nano-films. This product is especially favorable for seating sets with textile content in common use areas such as hotels, restaurants, and cinemas. The cleaning of seating sets such as textile-containing sofas and chairs in common use is important for public health and extending use life of these sets. The textile fabrics contain a good environment for fungi and bacterial growth. Pollution not only remains on the top of fabric but also permeates the sponge part under the fabric. The important thing at this stage is to keep the top layer (fabric) strong. Therefore, it is important to develop economical and easily applicable products that can impart an effective antibacterial behavior to textiles. Nanotechnology is promising for engineering film coatings that can transform conventional textiles into highly antimicrobial materials. With an antibacterial, hydrophobic and photocatalytic nano-film coating, it is possible to increase the defense of a seating set against pollution, whose production process has been completed and has been started to be used. Thanks to its hydrophobic feature, the water spilled on the top fabric surface will not be absorbed by product and can be easily removed from the surface, basically. The photocatalytic feature, on the other hand, will ensure that the organic pollution on the textile offers a dirt decomposition with the help of UV-source sunlight. The combination of these two features with the antibacterial feature becomes much more useful for people who have just experienced especially the pandemic time period.