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The Miami Corporation to stock Solarfix PTFE Thread
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Apr '10
The Miami Corporation has added Solarfix PTFE sewing thread to compliment their outdoor furniture fabric outdoor furniture fabric, awning fabric, and boat cover fabric lines. Solarfix thread is immune to UV exposure, acid rain and mildew, making it the perfect choice for outdoor applications.

While there are many choices on the market, Solarfix is not just another PTFE thread PTFE thread. When compared to competing brands, the Solarfix construction prevents skipped stitches and breakage. It's also lighter on the sewing machine, requiring less tension and can be switched in and out of the machine from various threads with very little adjustments.

We asked Rob Schand from Bluewater Canvasworks why he uses Solarfix, he responded "Here at Bluewater Canvasworks, we strive for perfection and the highest quality materials are a must. We find that Solarfix thread meets and exceeds our standards. We use Solarfix in a wide variety of products including sewing through our .090 Makrolon."

Solarfix thread is available in multiple sizes in clear, black and white and made of 100% PTFE (PolyTetraFlouroEthylene) fiber. It holds up strong against exposure to cleaning chemicals and industrial pollutants. Solarfix thread is guaranteed for the lifetime of the fabric and can be seen throughout the OEM boat market.

The Miami Corporation is a leading supplier to the OEM and aftermarket automotive, awning, contract and marine markets, shipping all in-stock orders the same day the order is placed. Not only can Miami ship anywhere in the United Stated, but international as well. Visit the website Miami Corporation to view the latest time in transit maps.

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