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"Love Tablecloths" polyester tablecloths are strong, durable with low colour loss and minimal shrinkage. Made with 100% polyester vortex air spun textured, blended, and twisted yarns. The tablecloths are woven, dyed and finished on state-of-the-art machinery, given reinforced hems and high-quality stitching to protect the longevity of the tablecloths.

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Do not mix with different fabric/fibre types. Washing or drying with 100% cotton and polyester/cotton blends with 100% polyester tablecloths will result in cotton lint attaching to the surface of the polyester fabric giving the appearance of pilling (or bobbling)

Shake out the tablecloths to remove any cutlery, solid food residues and other foreign objects before loading into the washing machine. Items such as knives and pens can permanently stain and damage the fabric. The machinery may also be subject to damage.

Do not overload the washing machine. The tablecloths must be able to move sufficiently in the washing machine, as it is the combined action of the water, detergent, and heat in the wash program cycle time that dissolve, lift and remove the stains from the tablecloths. Overloading the machine will give a poor washing result and leave residual stains in the tablecloths and can cause hard crease lines by crushing the fabric.

Detergents containing OBA (Optical Brightening Agents) are only recommended on white goods. This will make a white fabric appear whiter and brighter.The use of detergents containing OBA can alter the appearance of some coloured shades giving the impression of colour loss. Coloured fabric should ideally be washed in detergents that do not contain OBA.

Using a small amount of fabric softener in the final rinse stage will assist in removing static and creasing. Adding too much fabric conditioner, will create a build-up of a barrier affecting the absorbency, touch and feel of the tablecloths.Adding a small amount of white vinegar in the final rinse stage will act as a disinfectant. The vinegar smell will disappear upon drying.

All tablecloths should be removed immediately from the washing machine when the wash program has finished, followed either with a short tumble dry on a low temperature setting or line dried. This may be available on washing machines as a Permanent-Press wash or Synthetics wash setting/program.Use a low RPM spin cycle speed setting, this will avoid and minimize crushing of the fabric in the drum of the washing machine.

Line drying - Hang dry the tablecloths and they will be ready to iron within a few hours, as polyester hold less water than cotton after washing, this will make the tablecloths less creased before ironing.

Ironing is required. For best results polyester tablecloths should be ironed slightly damp. The action of the steam and pressure from the iron will make ironing faster and easier to remove the creasing. Start with the iron on the lowest heat setting that produces steam first and adjust the temperature of the iron slowly to find the optimum steam output.

In addition to covering table linens for Wirecutter over the past three years, I also was a food stylist for many years. I worked closely with prop stylists to help choose the tableware that best evoked a particular mood. I learned to drape, fold, and rumple napkins and tablecloths from some of the most talented people in the business.

Table linens: Fabric napkins and tablecloths are called table linens. This term has nothing to do with the fibers used to make these goods, so a table linen can be made from cotton, linen, or synthetic fibers like polyester.

DurabilityTable linens are susceptible to a lot of wear and tear. Most people need to wash napkins and tablecloths after each use because of the inevitable spills and drips, and all those trips through the washer can cause poor-quality table linens to fray at the seams. We looked for clean hems and consistent stitching, and avoided linens with loose threads or visible raw edges.

Since your table linens will probably have to be washed after each use, they need to be able to stand up to the rigors of your washer and dryer. To test durability, we laundered the napkins and tablecloths five times and pressed them with a steam iron. We examined the fabric for pilling and the hems for puckering and fraying. We also measured each piece to gauge shrinkage after laundering.

We dabbed our faces and wiped our hands with each napkin to assess their softness and ability to quickly absorb moisture. We also draped the tablecloths over countertops, desks, and tables to examine the drape and drop of each one.

Our 24-inch-square napkin measured 22 by 23 inches after five trips through the washer and dryer. The Rough Linen Smooth napkins are sold individually and come in two sizes (20-inch and 24-inch squares), and two colors (white and natural).

StorageThe best way to store your linens is in a dark, dry place (like a linen closet or drawer). If you want to take an extra step to protect your napkins and tablecloths, wrap them in acid-free tissue paper and store in archival boxes. Never store your linens in plastic or cardboard. The compounds from those materials can migrate to the fabric and cause a chemical reaction that turns it yellow.

Oue blue and white tablecloths are just the thing for a spring or summer meal with friends and family. After all, every season has its moods and colors. Spring and summer are full of light, life, and joy, and one of the best color schemes for these seasons is blue and white. These colors are fun, cheerful, and bright. Colorful, fresh seasonal flavors like fruit salad, corn on the cob, and iced tea are crisp and refreshing, just like these soothing blues and whites. Here are a few of our favorite blue and white designs.

The impeccable pietra dura marble inlay of the Taj Mahal inspired our Moonlit Taj line of linens. The design captures the effect of moonlight meeting white marble and precious gem floral arrangements. This collection features an intricate pattern of curling, swirling vines across a white background.

The Midnight Lotus print features evenly balanced blues and whites. Symbolizing renewal, white lotus blossoms drift calmly on a Persian blue backing. The lotus flower is exquisite and full of meaning. Known as an expression of beauty, the lotus is the national flower of India. Our artisans bring the lotus symbol to life in this majestic textile design.

Having white custom printed tablecloths are a chic, elegant way to present merchandise or information. Some businesses make the most out of their product marketing by placing their logo on top of a white background. Our clients typically use premium white table throws during weddings or in jewelry displays.

Our premium white table throws help your company portray a much more professional image at a trade show or seminar than just setting up your display on a fold-up table. The white background gives you a clean, classic look with the flexibility to meet almost any need. For a look that really pops, add your logo or some graphics to the white custom printed tablecloths, which will be printed in full color!

Premium white table throws are popular for wedding receptions. You can order them plain or customize them with the name of the bride and groom. Custom printed tablecloths also add an element of fun to anniversary celebrations, birthday parties, class reunions, and banquets of all kinds.

We are your best source when you are looking for table throws made of real cloth. Our premium throws and custom printed tablecloths are made of high-quality satin and nylon that is precut with a hot knife to prevent fraying. The material is treated with a special overcoat to resist damage by light and air.

These premium white table throws come in standard sizes of 6 or 8 feet long by 2 feet wide, but we can also accommodate custom sizes. The front and sides hang about one inch off the ground, but the back is nine inches long to allow people plenty of room for their feet when sitting behind the table or to conveniently store items out of sight.

A tablecloth is a decorative and protective linen used to cover the entirety of your table, plus a drop. They create an elegant foundation for a table setting. Often being associated with formal table settings, tablecloths have changed drastically in recent years and are as suitable for a weekday breakfast as they are a formal dinner. Pattern, colour and design all impact the atmosphere a tablecloth gives, as well as the styling on top. A table with a tablecloth is always elegant and provides the perfect foundation - decorative or otherwise - to your table setting.

Bear in mind that most linen fabrics are manufactured to around 150cm wide. If you have a particularly wide table, you may need to consider having a seam join in the tablecloth or finding a retailer that stocks a wide width linen. We have some W300cm linens in stock to produce tablecloths with a large diameter or width. Any length is possible. Please contact us to discuss further.

Linen can be dyed in a variety of colours. Ecru, white and ivory linens can be washed up to an incredible 95 degrees. Coloured linens can be washed between 30 and 60 degrees, depending on the fabric.

For informal settings, a coloured or patterned tablecloth such as gingham would be best. If you like the clean aesthetic of a crisp, white linen tablecloth but prefer an informal feel, consider details such as ruffles or scallops. Traditional white linens with a classic border can feel less formal by styling your table with loosely arranged flowers, contemporary glassware and textured elements such as rattan. This will completely alter the feel of a white tablecloth to feel more contemporary.

You can't go wrong with a classic white linen napkin, in my opinion. They are a must for any linen cupboard - suited to informal and formal settings and easy to style. They are more likely to stain but remember, as mentioned above, that linen is less likely to stain than cotton. I wouldn't serve white linens with any foods containing turmeric or heavy oil-based foods - these are particularly challenging stains. Red wine, tomato and gravy will all be fine, if you soak the linens as soon as possible in cold water, wash on a high temperature and pre-treat stains with a stain remover (diluted white vinegar is great). Be mindful of particularly staining lipsticks guests may have. 041b061a72

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