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Poly Knit (Fire Retardant) Fabric Rolls (10FT Wide)

Price $ 8.50


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  • Product Description

      Poly knit is commonly used for drape applications with lighting involved because the fabrics sheen allows for dramatic lighting effects especially when up-lighting is involved.

      IFR fabrics are expected to remain flame retardant for their lifetime, even after repeated washings. 


      Step 1 » Select Your Desired Quantity
      Step 2 » Select Your Desired Fabric Color 
      Step 3 » Add To Cart And Proceed To Checkout


      Poly knit is approximately 10FT wide. (Fabric is not sheer and is wrinkle resistant)


      Pricing available online is discounted however for bulk purchases over 500 yards please contact our office for discounted pricing. We are direct importers so our price can't be beat - we guarantee it!


      Fabric will be sold in increments of 50 yards. Bulk discounts will automatically apply to product.

      Final yardage can vary +/- 10%

      Contact us at 800-590-9508 for bulk pricing.


      • Inherently Flame Resistant (I.F.R.) 
      • Passes NFPA 701, CA Title 19 Small Scale
      • 100% Polyester Fabric
      • All Fabrics will ship with a Flame Certificate


      This product is eligible for our Free Shipping Promo - Spend $249 or more for FREE SHIPPING (7-10 Business day transit time. Does not exclude Packaging & Handling fee) 
      Faster Shipping Options Available During Checkout.


      We strongly recommend purchasing a Swatch Sample to be sure of your choice of Fabric, Design, Color & Quality before you commit to a larger order.

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  • Safety Disclaimer
    • It is the installers responsibility to ensure your hardware is assembled and used as intended and that you take the necessary precautions to avoid safety issues.

      Uprights may require additional reinforcements for stability (such as sandbags, attachment to a stable structure, etc.). Those assembling the uprights will bear the responsibility of deeming when additional reinforcement is necessary.

      Crossbars enter a slot on the upright and gravity will weigh it down to settle the structure in place. It is the responsibility of those assembling the crossbars to determine if they require additional reinforcements, such as a zip tie or tie downs, to ensure greater stability.