Red Hibiscus Oilcloth Fabric
- Product ID: OILHIRE
- Content: 100% Polyvinyl Chloride, Poly/Cotton Backing
- Width: 47.5"
- Vertical Repeat: 17"
- 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.
It's hard to find someone who's used oilcloth and isn't in love with it. That's because it's such a fun, versatile fabric, there's a lot about it to love! This Red Hibiscus Oilcloth pattern is full of life and color, with bold, beautiful blooms arrayed in bouquets with leafy green foliage, all spread over a deep red background that pulls everything together into one brilliant piece. Oilcloth is strong and sturdy. It does not rip or fray when cut, so it can be sewn, or it can be used in no-sew projects. It makes a fantastic choice wherever its waterproof characteristic might offer aid, such as over the kitchen table as placemats or a tablecloth. It's stain resistant, wipes clean with a little soap and water, and can take a lot of abuse. Add a pop of color to the less-loved but well-used parts of your kitchen with drawer and shelf liners. Or create a one-of-a-kind tote for the beach that you'll be able to spot even when the current pulls you a bit down the shore from your original spot!
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