8 Oz Black FR Duvetyn Fabric
- Product ID: DUVBLA DUVBLA
- Content: 100% Cotton
- Width: 54"
- Durability: 3,000 Double Rubs
- Fire Rating: NFPA 701
Color Fastness: 40 Hours
Weight: 8 Oz Per Linear yard
- Features: Flame Retardant, Napped
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 50 Yards,
when ordering more than 50 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
For more information, see our Drapery Lining Fabric Product Guide.
This 8 oz. black drapery lining adds volume and insulation to window treatments when placed behind décor fabric with the added feature of being flame retardant to keep you and your family safe.
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Why did you choose this?
Can a certificate be obtained to prove that this fabric is fire proof?
BEST ANSWER: Yes, customer service would be able to assist you with obtaining a certificate. You can contact our customer service at either email@example.com or 877-781-2967 Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm EST.
Does it block out light 100%?
BEST ANSWER: It does not. Any of these will:
Does this fabric have a matte finish or does it seem shiny?
BEST ANSWER: This fabric is napped and feels a little like suede. It has a matte finish - not shiny, and per several descriptions I found on-line when I searched the fabric, it is described as having a "brushed matte finish". Hope this helps.
How wide is the fabric?
BEST ANSWER: This fabric is 54" wide.
will this work for a puppet stage?
BEST ANSWER: I would think it would work fairly well for a muppet stage....it's blackout so you can't see through it and not stiff so you it will fold and hang nicely. I used mine to line the back of some bamboo window blinds to keep the light out and it folds nicely when I pull them up..
Will the fabric unravel?
BEST ANSWER: Yes, this fabric will fray.
Would velcro stick to it?
BEST ANSWER: The fabric has more of a feel of light weight faux suede so I did not think velcro would stick. I just tested it and it does NOT stick at all. The "plush" part of the fabric does not grab. And there is only the slightest of any resistance if I rub the velcro over the fabric, so my answer would be NO. Hope that helps.
Does this fabric loose it's flame retardency when it's washed?
BEST ANSWER: The flame retardance will last through a few dry cleanings. If washed with water then yes, it will loose it's flame retardance.
Will this fabric work for a welder's jacket?