Navy Blue 70 Denier Nylon Ripstop Fabric
- Features: Waterproof
- Care: Cold water wash, line dry or tumble dry low. May be dry-cleaned, no trichloroethylene.
- Please Note: This product is not made for long term outdoor use, Not FAA approved for hot air balloons, Nylon & polyester dyestuffs have a tendency to migrate from dark to light shades during washing or dry cleaning, we cannot guarantee that color transfer will not occur.
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 100 Yards,
when ordering more than 100 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
Navy Blue 70 Denier Nylon Ripstop Fabric has a urethane coating that makes it waterproof. This lightweight, durable nylon is used for many things, including protective coverings and tarps, tote bags, sports bags, liners, jackets, and rain gear.
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Why did you choose this?
What size of sewing machine needle to use when sewing ripstop fabric?
BEST ANSWER: I would use a ballpoint needle. Or something for light weight fabrics.
Would fabric be good to make an umbrella?
Would this work for bolsters used for massage therapist and tables? Is it soft enough but durable enough to be wiped down between clients?
BEST ANSWER: It is not durable enough.
How long does shipping take?
BEST ANSWER: For Standard shipping, please allow 24 - 48 hours for processing and cutting of your order. All of these estimates are not inclusive of the day you place your order:
Standard Ground Shipping: 5-7 Business Days
3 Day Shipping: 3 Business Days
2 Day Shipping: 2 Business Days
Next Day Shipping: 1 Business Day
Business Days are defined as weekdays, Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm Eastern Standard Time, excluding Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays.
Would fabric be good to recover chairs ?
BEST ANSWER: We don't recommend using ripstop to recover chairs.
Can this be used to recover patio chair cushions?
Could this be used to recover patio cushions?
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