When you're looking for a shimmering effect, nothing says elegance quite like our bridal satin.
Fabric Width = 59"
•$50.00 minimum. Any order under $50.00 subject to the following fees: Orders under $50.00 = $15.00 processing fee. Fee will be added automatically to cart.
•Rental & Purchase items may not be combined on orders. Any combined order will be cancelled and you will be notified to reorder.
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All other International customers please call us at (626) 239-1812 to place an order or email us by clicking here for more information.
•Not responsible for dye lot variations.
•Due to color differences in computer monitors, we recommend you order free fabric swatches before placing your order
•Items available for worldwide shipping.
•Orders usually ship within 48 hours of being placed. Unless otherwise noted.
•Some items not available for purchase through our online store. If purchase option is not available on item, please contact us.
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Bridal Satin Banquet Chair Cover Washing Instructions
- Machine wash warm (110º), gentle cycle.
- Use mild detergent. Avoid high alkaline levels.
- Bleach whites only.
- Tumble Dry low heat.
- Cool iron.
General Washing Guidelines
- Inspect your washer, dryer and iron for areas or objects that may cause damage or snagging.
- Shake out all linens prior to washing. Remove any excess food,
candle wax, skirt clips, etc. Pre-treat any stains with desired stain
remover or de-greaser. Test stain remover before use.
- Wash whites alone and dark colors separately.
- Wash like fabrics together. Do not mix fabrics.
- Do not overload machines.
remove wrinkles from polyester materials - Tumble dry warm. Once the
linens are dry, leave them in the dryer without heat until they are room
temperature. Remove one at a time and fold while the rest are still
- When trying new laundry processes or fabrics, sample
the process on a single cloth (old or damaged if available) first prior
to washing a full load to avoid damage to an entire load.