Poly Stretch™ is a two-way stretch fabric with zero, to minimal wrinkle. It’s a 75% blackout material, much more opaque than our traditional Poly Premier fabric. It’s an affordably priced fabric that hangs beautifully and is ultra-easy to care.
Like most fabrics, Poly Stretch™ can be dye lot sensitive. We use a color scanner to take the human eye out of the equation when matching dye lots. If you already have Poly Stretch™ Drape in your inventory, we are happy to match your dye lot as close as possible. Just give us a call (1.800.433.9767), and we’ll look up your last order and send you out the closest dye lot match for your approval. If this is your first order, we’ll keep your shade number on file, and if asked, will match it as close as possible for your next order!
- Inherently Flame Resistant (I.F.R.)
- Passes NFPA 701 Test Method 1, CA Title 19, Section 1237 Small Scale, CAN/ULC-S109-14 Small and Large Scale
- 100% Polyester Fabric with a clean, sleek look
- 2-way Stretch Fabric (stretches left to right)
- 60″ Wide
- 70 yards per roll +/- 10%
- All Georgia Expo Fabrics ship with a Flame Certificate
*CAN/ULC-S109-14 Small Scale Flame Test effective on fabric purchased after March 30th, 2017.
*CAN/ULC-S109-14 Large Scale Flame Test effective on fabric purchased after February 30th, 2018.
*Due to differences in photography, lighting, color correction and screen color variances our online images may not be an exact color match to the fabric. To avoid discrepancies, please order a free fabric sample before ordering.
*Please note that while not common with Poly Stretch™, dye lots can vary. If you are trying to match existing inventory, please request a dye lot sample from a sales representative.
*Please note, yardage on rolls can vary +/- 10%.
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CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
For more information: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Disclaimer: Pipe and Drape should never be used where tip-over could cause harm or damage.