Red Gingham Fruit Oilcloth Fabric
- Product ID: OILFBRE OILFBRE
- Content: 100% Polyvinyl Chloride, Poly/Cotton Backing
- Width: 47.5"
- Horizontal Repeat: 23.5"
- Vertical Repeat: 18"
- Country of Origin: Mexico
- Fire Rating: NFPA 701
WARNING: View Prop. 65 info
- Care: Wipe clean only, not machine washable. Do not put in dryer and do not iron.
- Please Note: The slight creases, shading, size and printing irregularities are characteristic of this retro fabric and add to the oilcloth's unique personality. These will not affect the quality and durability and should not be considered cause for return or considered imperfections. Backings and color lots may vary. The recent Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (CPSIA) prohibits oilcloth garments such as bibs and aprons or toys for children under age 12. This is due to the level of phthalates (a softener present in all vinyl) in the PVC vinyl of which oilcloth is made. It is constructed of vinyl with a poly/cotton scrim backing, printed by rotogravure.
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 12 Yards,
when ordering more than 12 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
A classic print with a twist. This red gingham fruit oilcloth fabric is plain and simple. Ideal for tablecloths and toppers, window treatments, kitchen accessories, closet drawer and shelf liners, totes, wall coverings, and place mats. Waterproof with a shiny and smooth surface that can be easily wiped clean, this fabric has also been tested and passes the National Fire Protection Agency 701 classification for commercial and residential use.
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would this work for bowl covers? Is the back washable or would food stick to it?
BEST ANSWER: The back is fuzzy, for gripping the tabletop. Food will likely stick to the back.
want to put this out on picnic tables without removing them. Can they be stapled to the table (we own the tables won't be doing this to someone elses') and then left there through harsh winter and dry hot summers? 6100 elevation?
BEST ANSWER: This oilcloth wouldn't hold up well to being outside all the time, especially in harsh conditions.