Phifertex Plus - Stucco Fabric
- Product ID: 3007145
- Manufacturer: Phifertex
- Content: 100% Polyvinyl Chloride Coated Polyester
- Width: 54"
Construction: 42 x 12
Openness Factor: 7.5% (Approximate)
Weight: 16 Oz Per Square Yard
- Features: Slingable, Mildew & Fade Resistant, Lead Free - Reach (EC 1907/2006) Compliant, Phifertex fabrics are infused with Microban, an antimicrobial protection which helps prevent the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria.
- Care: Prepare cleaning solution using 1 tbsp. liquid dish detergent and 2 tbsp. household bleach mixed in a gallon of water. Clean fabric using sponge or soft cloth dipped in solution. Rinse thoroughly with clean water and air dry. Avoid direct contact with oil based products, if direct contact occurs, clean promptly. Regular maintenance of your Phifertex fabric will ensure an extended life of the fabric. It is recommended to clean the fabric once or twice yearly for moderate use, or more for heavy-use applications.
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 30 Yards,
when ordering more than 30 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
Plus - Stucco by Phifertex is a beautiful vinyl upholstery décor fabric. This outdoor fabric can be used for projects like ottomans, sofas, arm chairs, and more. Keep it neutral with this tan fabric.
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Why did you choose this?
Can i sew 3007145 or 3025672 on a sewing machine to finish the open side edges?
BEST ANSWER: Yes. It will require a heavier gauge needle. It sees very easily.
Can this be used for sling chairs?
How well does this material stand up to extreme direct sun and heat in the southwest?
BEST ANSWER: I’m in Michigan so. Not sure but it’s subject to pool water and cold temps and holds up so far
What do you have to make boat covers?
can it be used as curtain material?
BEST ANSWER: It is too stiff for curtains.
What is meant by "construction size?"
BEST ANSWER: Construction refers to the warp & weft count within a specific area.