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Knitting Fabric is resistant to mildew
« on: July 13, 2016, 09:39:43 PM »
The primary reason for upgrading to an acrylic type Scuba Fabric    is because Polyester Fabric  typically fade much faster then anything else in the market.

Specifically, if you are in a harsh or extreme weather region of the country like Arizona, polyester fabrics may not be the best choice for you unless you are diligent in covering them or storing them when not in use.

If do purchase an item with polyester fabrics, it is best recommend to stick to anything above 600 thread count or more to get the best value for your money!

Also, here is a quick tip: You will notice much less fade problems with lighter colored polyester fabrics. White, natural and beige seem to last much longer then blues, reds and blacks.

Additionally, it is important to keep polyester fabric umbrellas away from any source of flame, such as torches, candles and patio heaters because it is flammable.

Coolaroo Fabric

Coolaroo is a unique canopy fabric that provides up to 90% UV block while also keeping temperatures cool under the shade. Shading your patio table or chairs with a Coolaroo canopy reduces temperatures up to 30%.

This breathable Knitting Fabric is resistant to mildew, is easy to clean and comes with a 5-year warranty against UV damage.