Tan 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.
A neutral shade of tan is found on this 70 denier nylon ripstop fabric that has been treated with a urethane coating for waterproofing and added durability. It features a 59” width and can be washed and dried in the machine; however, line drying is recommended. Suggested uses for this durable and versatile fabric include luggage, sports bags, and protective rain gear and diaper bags. Indoors, use this strong fabric to cover machinery, tools, and sporting equipment stored in a shed or garage, or create protective floor mats for the laundry, game room, mud room, or pet area.
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Why did you choose this?
Can I use it to make a liner for a dog bed?
BEST ANSWER: It is sturdy enough for that and is easy to work with. Of course you'll probably cover it with a softer and washable fabric so your dog will be comfy.
Would this work to patch a gymnastics resi- pit?
BEST ANSWER: It is fairly light weight so not sure how much stress it would take.
Would this material be ok for outdoor pillows?
BEST ANSWER: We don't see why not, but we recommend using an outdoor decor fabric instead.
Does this fabric com in Olive Drab green?
BEST ANSWER: We do not offer it in an olive color, but we do offer it in a camo and a forest green color.
Would this ripstop material be good for a costume?
BEST ANSWER: It depends on the costume, ripstop is not breathable.
Is this chew proof?
BEST ANSWER: This fabric is not chew proof.
can this be used for clothing? Like a hiking shirt or pants? If so, does it need a liner or will it be ok against skin? Im trying to create the ultimate safari/hiking shirt that has UV blocking and water repelling qualities but still be comfy to wear. Any suggestions if this is not the stuff? Thanks ahead! - C
BEST ANSWER: I use this fabric to make my re-useable shopping bags so I am quite familiar with it in regular actual use. The fabric is very lightweight, waterproof and of course doesn't rip and those qualities would meet your requirements nicely. However it is impermeable so body heat and perspiration would have no escape, it would be like wearing a very lightweight rain coat. I don't think it would do well in direct contact with skin. I admire your quest, am wondering about a combination of fabrics, using this one as a top layer over certain areas of the shirt or make a two-part shirt, this fabric would fold to a very small lightweight object that would fit in a pocket of the 'under shirt'.
Can I make a shower curtain from this fabric ? Any suggestions??
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you should be able to make a shower curtain from this fabric.
will this work for a tent? Can you see through it?
BEST ANSWER: You could make a tent with this fabric. It is not see through in the sense of being sheer, but light will pass through it.