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DESIGN "Coquelicot Lavande"
FABRIC Coated Cotton
COLOURS AVAILABLE Blue, Ecru, Yellow
ALL ITEMS AVAILABLE IN "Coquelicot Lavande" DESIGN: Round Tablecloth (180cm diameter), Rectangle Tablecloth (155x250cm placed pattern), Placemat (30x45cm), Table Napkin (45x45cm), Cotton Tidy Box (30x30cm).
The best way to store your coated tablecloth is to roll it up. Spills will wipe easily from your coated tablecloth – clean immediately with a sponge and clean warm water. Do not use any abrasive cleaning fluids, cloths or detergents. We strongly recommend the use of trivets and placemats as excessive heat can damage the coating and spoil the look of the fabric.
While our coated fabrics are fade resistant, if left in very strong sunlight for extended periods some natural fading will occur.
To freshen up your coated tablecloth it can be occasionally machine washed at 30°C. Do not use fabric softener. Hang your tablecloth to dry in the shade with as few folds as possible. When the cloth is completely dry, iron on a cool setting on the reverse side to reactivate the coating. Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry. Do not dry clean.
"Coquelicot Lavande" Rectangle Cotton Tablecloth
In English literature of the nineteenth century, poppies symbolised sleep or a state of oblivion, however, since the First World War, a new, more powerful symbolism has been attached to the poppy. During the First World War, red poppies were among the first plants to spring up in the devastated battlefields of northern France and Belgium, and the Flanders poppy ("coquelicot") has long been a part of Remembrance Day that marks the Armistice of 11 November 1918.