Waverly Sun N Shade Pom Pom Play Peachtini Fabric By The Yard

September 9, 2017 - Comment

Waverly’s Sun N Shade fabrics meet the rugged demands of casual indoor and outdoor living. This indoor/outdoor fabric is fade resistant up to 500 hours of direct sun exposure. Create decorative toss pillows chair pads tabletop and tote bags. To maintain the life of the fabric bring indoors when not in use. This fabric can

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Waverly’s Sun N Shade fabrics meet the rugged demands of casual indoor and outdoor living. This indoor/outdoor fabric is fade resistant up to 500 hours of direct sun exposure. Create decorative toss pillows chair pads tabletop and tote bags. To maintain the life of the fabric bring indoors when not in use. This fabric can easily be cleaned by wiping down or hand washing with warm water and a mild soap solution simply rinse with clear water to prevent dirt from embedding itself into the fabric. Colors include brown khaki grey teal white aqua raspberry coral and ivory. This fabric has 51000 double rubs.

Product Features

  • 100% Polyester
  • Medium Weight Fabric: 6-7.9 oz/yd²
  • 54” wide. Fabric is sold by the yard and cut to order. For example, order of 1 yard (Qty=1) is 54” x 36”. Order of 3 yards (Qty=3) is 54” x 108”.
  • Waverly’s Sun N Shade fabrics meet the rugged demands of casual indoor and outdoor living. This indoor/outdoor fabric is fade resistant up to 500 hours of direct sun exposure. Create decorative toss pillows chair pads tabletop and tote bags. To maintain the life of the fabric bring indoors when not in use. This fabric can easily be cleaned by wiping down or hand washing with warm water and a mild soap solution simply rinse with clear water to prevent dirt from embedding…
  • Washing Instructions: * To maintain the life of the fabric bring indoors when not in use. Clean by wiping down the fabric or hand washing with warm water and a mild soap solution. Simply rinse with clear water to prevent dirt from embedding itself into the fabric.

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