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Top Value introduces Tablecloth Fabric Pro
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Jan '16
Top Value Fabrics has introduced Tablecloth Fabric Pro; a 100 per cent polyester fabric that it said was engineered for creating beautiful corporate and event tablecloths that perform flawlessly event after event.

“Tablecloth Fabric Pro meets NFPA 701 FR specifications and provides options in ink compatibility including Dye Sub Direct, Dye Sub Transfer, UV and Latex,” Top Value informed in a press release.

“Available in widths of up to 126”, this fabric yields outstanding colour consistency, excellent image sharpness and a wide colour range,” the company added.

“Tablecloth Fabric Pro is designed especially for printers who demand high performance textiles for direct printing,” Jeff Nonte, print media program manager at Top Value Fabrics said.

“This fabric has a soft hand, sleek drape and provides an outstanding platform for vibrant colour along with properties of wrinkle resistance and other properties that make it travel well,” he too added.

“The fabric is outstanding for making eye-catching tablecloths and for printing various retail displays, expo backdrops, banners and popup displays,” Nonte noted.

Top Value Fabrics has more than 40 years of experience in the textile industry and is a leading supplier of print media, industrial textiles and recreational fabrics.

The company has a nationwide network of offices in the US, distribution centres and shipping locations with expertise in providing world-class solutions and service for a wide variety of industries. (AR)

 

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