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Snowflake

9007 100% Polyester 70gsm / 2.1 oz sqy Sheer Semi Plain Champagne, White 9007, 300cm / 118 inches
A delicate, super soft-handle sheer; SNOWFLAKE, as its name suggests, offers a very subtle abstract “spot” design. This flame retardant sheer is woven at 300cm, making it perfect for beautifully tall windows wanting some privacy without blocking any light. Both elegant and modern, this diaphanous collection is available in White and Champagne, worthy of combination in most contract environments or in a domestic setting.
  • Flame Retardant
Product Code and Width: 9007, 300cm / 118 inches
Weight: 70gsm / 2.1 oz sqy
Colour: 2 Colours
Composition: 100% Polyester
Available As: Cut, HWOT
End Usage: Curtains
Average Roll Size: 60m / 65.6yds
Download Technical Specifications:
9007 Snowflake Sheer Product Spec.pdf
FR Standards: BS5867 Part 2 C
Dimensional Stability to Washing: +/- 3%
Dimensional Stability to Dry Cleaning: +/- 3%
Care Instructions: 40ºC short cycle wash, do not bleach, do not tumble dry & cool iron 110ºC. Dry clean P sensitive
Pattern Type: Semi Plain
Download Technical Specifications:
9007 Snowflake Sheer Product Spec.pdf
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