Sail cloth cleaning & ironing instructions

Sailcloth SL white & cream
Sailcloth from model SL: white & cream (non-sensitive material)
 Sailcloth Veroca yellow & white
Sailcloth from model Veroca: yellow &white (non-sensitive material)

Tissue

Sailcloth is made of a permanent flame retardant material, and even stains are not a problem. It can be easily washed at 30-40°C and ironed.
Permanently flame retardant fabrics are made of a chemically modified yarn in which the heavy flammability is already included in the fiber. The fabric can be washed without losing its character. In public areas are permanently flame retardant fabrics duty and have the standard according satisfy to DIN 4120 B1.

Sailcloth cleaning and ironing instructions

Non-sensitive material

Veroca and SL fabric

The sail material is not sensitive, but should be consider some points:
- washable with detergent in washing machine at 30°C - 40°C
- do not spray fabric with ironing spray
- iron only in a moist state and with a lot of steam
- not too hot iron, only at medium temperature - material is flame retardant and shrinks at high temperatures
- do not bleach


Sensitive material

SL fabric in white satin shiny

Sailcloth SL white satin shinyThe sail cloth satin shiny is very sensitive, therefore should be consider some points:
- only hand wash, do not wring too hard
- very creases sensitive, please do not fold
- dry sail cloth should not be sprayed while ironing with water, otherwise there will be water stains
- do not spray fabric with ironing spray
- iron only in a moist state and with a lot of steam, preferably with additional moist ironing cloth
- not too hot iron, only at medium temperature - material is flame retardant and shrinks at high temperatures
- do not bleach

 

Fabric samples

Are you not sure whether color and fabric match your requirements? Then use our free samples service.
As sample are SL fabrics in white, cream and white satin available.


Further to:
 

Informations about light sails
Individual light sails, light sail to measure

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