Sparks Extra Wide French Oilcloth in Blue

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Circular. (Please refer to 'How to order')

Sparks Extra Wide Acrylic Christmas oilcloth in Blue

Baubles and stars with a scattering of silver glitter make up this festive oilcloth for the Xmas table.

Width approx 154 cms (61").


More Info

This is Acrylic and Teflon coated cotton. The advantages of this are:

  • It drapes like fabric.
  • It is hard wearing, waterproof and stain resistant.
  • It doesn't crease as much as oilcloth and can be washed.
  • Great for making cushions for the garden.
  • This oilcloth carries the Oeko-Tex STANDARD 100 label, so you can be certain that every component of this article has been tested for harmful substances and that the article therefore is harmless for human health. In the tests they take into account numerous regulated and non-regulated substances, which may be harmful to human health. In many cases the limit values for the STANDARD 100 go beyond national and international requirements.

Manufacturers washing instuctions:

  • Machine wash cold (40*C) on gentle cycle.
  • Do do not tumble dry, hang to dry.
  • Use cool iron (coated side down). This re-activates the water and stain resistance.


How to order

Quantity and Lengths

This is being sold by the half metre. Multiple units will be sent in one length.

For example, if you require a 2 metre length just put 4 in the quantity box.

Circular tablecloths will be cut to the smallest dimension ordered. Please ensure you have ordered enough oilcloth for the size you require.

Reviews (1)
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1 Review:

You have such great colourways
04 December 2023  | 

I have bought quite a few oilcloths from you over the last few years. Your choices of patterns are huge and the quality is excellent. I only buy more lengths because I fancy a change and you have such great colourways. Your fabrics are always well wrapped and dispatched very quickly.

I look forward to buying more in the future.

Annabella, Oxford