White 70 Denier FR/UV Nylon Ripstop Fabric
- Product ID: RIPDWHI RIPDWHI
- Content: 100% Nylon
- Width: 59/60"
- Country of Origin: USA
- Finish: Urethane Coating
Weight: 1.9 Oz Per Yard (Nylon), 2.5 Oz Per Yard (With Coating)
WARNING: View Prop. 65 info
- Features: UV Inhibitor with Flame Retardant Coating to Pass CPAI 84 Specs, Water Repellent
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 100 Yards,
when ordering more than 100 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
For more information, see our Nylon Fabric Product Guide.
Classic white is the color featured on this 70 denier, 100% nylon ripstop fabric that offers 60” in width. It has a UV inhibitor and flame retardant coating and is made right here in the U.S.A.!This durable fabric can be used to sew easy-to-carry rain ponchos for those trips to the amusement park, campground, or sporting event. It also makes waterproof diaper bags, luggage and sports bags, and can be used as a ground cover for sleeping bags. Protect your automobile upholstery from the mud and grime of dog paws with a seat cover made from this versatile ripstop fabric, or place a mat under the pet dish to catch the inevitable spills.
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Why did you choose this?
Is this material transparent or opaque?
BEST ANSWER: It is opaque but is not blackout.
Can I use this to make a fabric shower curtain?
BEST ANSWER: You could. We recommend using a fabric that is mildew resistant.
Can I use this ( White 70 Denier FR/UV Nylon Ripstop Fabric) to make a filter for photography?
BEST ANSWER: You could, but it may catch on fire if placed too close to hot bulbs for an extended period of time. Bleached muslin is another popular option.
Is this food safe?
Can I use it for snack bags?
BEST ANSWER: Sorry, our vendor does not test this fabric for food safety.
The nylon ripstop is heavier than expected & will make a great diaper bag lining. I will purchase more in the future.
December 17, 2018
1 year ago