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Bolton Twill

4537 100% Cotton 240gsm / 7.1oz sqy Lining Black 4537, 122cm
Bolton Twill is a traditional flame retardant cotton dimout fabric that can be used as either a face fabric or a lining. It is ideal for use as stage curtains in schools, village halls, theatres and other commercial environments; due to its complex diagonal weave being able to hide surface dust and dirt. As well as meeting British flame retardant standards, our Bolton Twill offers light protection and thermal properties by reducing light entry into the room, keeping sound levels down and keeping the heat in and cold out.
  • Flame Retardant
  • Light Protection
  • Recyclable
  • Thermal
Product Code and Width: 4537, 122cm
Weight: 240gsm / 7.1oz sqy
Colour: 1 Colours
Composition: 100% Cotton
Available As: Cut, FWOT
End Usage: Curtains
Average Roll Size: 50m / 54.7 yds
Download Technical Specifications:
4537 Bolton Twill Product Spec.pdf
FR Standards: BS5867 Part 2 Type B
Dimensional Stability to Dry Cleaning: +/- 3%
Care Instructions: Dry clean P sensitive
Additional Care Instructions: If wetted in any way, it is essential to retreat the fabric to maintain performance
Download Technical Specifications:
4537 Bolton Twill Product Spec.pdf

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A message to our customers: COVID-19

After the recent government announcement of tighter restrictions starting on Tuesday 5th January - we would like to reassure all our customers that as we are a manufacturing business, we are able to stay open and continue to operate under our well developed COVID-19 secure conditions:



We will continue to review things on a daily basis in line with government guidelines and will keep you informed of any changes via our website and social media.

Thank you in advance for your support and co-operation - we hope you and your families keep safe and well.


With best regards

John Atherton
Managing Director


(Updated 9.50am, 5th January 2021)