Want to Know about Table Cloth Fabrics?

Many people use tablecloth fabrics depending on the requirements and occasions. There are many table cloths available in the market like vinyl tablecloths, plastic tablecloths, linen table clothes, oilcloth table cloths, organza table cloths, lace table cloths, cotton tablecloths, damask table cloths etc. Below are some of the popular table cloths.

Many people choose cotton tablecloths due to their versatile nature. These tablecloths can be used in everywhere in a house. But mostly, it is suitable for kitchen areas. These are naturally fire resistant cloths. These are available in the market from classical designs to contemporary designs in different colors. Table cloths are available in different patterns like floral, animals, check lines, geometric and various prints. Even you can select a plain cloth and make hand works like embroidery, hand-painting, printing etc. which give them an ethnic look.

Many people prefer linen tablecloths to cotton tablecloths due to their durability and other qualities. It is stronger than the other natural fibers. These tablecloths absorb more moisture and are a good conductor of heat. After each wash, it becomes softer and softer and becomes so smooth and hence it is preferred as a lint free tablecloth.

Vinyl tablecloths are made of synthetic plastic materials which are used by most people in their homes on a regular basis because it is resistant to stains caused by spilled food and drinks, as well as to humid and moisture. It is less expensive than other type of table cloths. These are available in different sizes and shapes, colors, styles and patterns to accommodate all types of tables.

Damask tablecloths are much more expensive than other types of tablecloths because the threads used in a fabric are weaved in contrasting directions. This creates new patterns. These patterns can be viewed at from certain angles. Even you can see these patterns in white tablecloths. Damask tablecloths use fabrics like silk, wool, linen, cotton, or synthetic fibers but woven in a reverse direction.