2-Layer Waterproof Breathable Polyester Fabric - Black (Sold per Yard)
|Qty||Price (per unit)|
|1 - 599||$11.99|
Sold Per YardThis is a nice 2-layerwaterproof breathable fabric so you will need to line the inside. It has a polyester taslan outer face with a soft hand.
This is not meant to be used "as is" but rather as a 2-layer waterproof breathable printable fabric. The fabric is heat set and the face is prepared for printing using dye sublimation. The waterproof breathable laminate is capable of taking the dye sublimation process without damage.
Line the inside with a fleece such as a Polartec® 200 Series Polyester Fleece - Black, taffeta, or mesh.
Seal the seams with MELCO tape, SeamSure or SeamGrip.
2-Layer Waterproof Breathable Polyester Fabric - Black
|Nominal Width (Inches)||54 inch (137cm)|
|Nominal Fabric Weight (Oz/ Sq Yd)||11|
|Sales Unit||Linear Yard|
|Suggested Needle||Universal 80/12|
|Thread Suggestion||Bonded Nylon or all Polyester, T14 to T45|
|Country of Origin||Non-USA|
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Waterproof Breathable Fabrics Care Tips
Use for all waterproof breathable membranes like Gore-Tex, eVant, WeatherTek and the like.
- Machine-wash warm (104° F/40° C). Powder or liquid detergent, or ReviveX Cleaner, SKU36296. Do not use a fabric softener as it will clog the membranes pores.
- Run your garment through 2 rinse cycles to really clean out the soap and/or loose grime.
- If professionally dry-cleaned, request clear distilled solvent rinse and spray repellent.
- Steam-iron warm, placing a towel or cloth between the garment and the iron. No need to iron the garment until it is completely dry.
- No chlorine bleach. It may damage your garment.
- Tumble-dry warm. The heat from the dryer will help to reactivate the durable water repellent (DWR) treatment on your garment's outer fabric.
- Gore and others recommend applying a topical water repellency restorative (DWR treatment) like spray-on ReviveX, SKU ReviveX-DWR. They do not recommend wash-in treatments as they can affect the garment's breathability.
- For stain removal use a pre-wash treatment such as Shout® or Spray 'n Wash®, following its manufacturer's instructions. Rinse well.