Our Table Skirt Carts hold Table Skirts in all different volumes and sizes based on your specific needs.
Each cart has been designed to reduce set up time and to protect your investment. They feature rugged welded steel frames to provide years of dependable service. To make moving your carts easier we casters with solid steel frames and ball bearing construction on both the axles and swivels. The casters are individually rated at 900 lbs. for a combined cart rating of at least 3600 lbs. Our casters are bolted-on, making replacement easy!
Comes with option of Rolled or Hanger version.
Double Hanger Skirt Cart holds 120 Skirts - hangers sold separately (30.5W” x 56″ L x 85″ H)
Double Rolled Skirt Cart holds 140 Expo Pleat table skirts (31″ W x 56″ L x 85″ H)
SHIPPING / HANDLING
This is an Over-sized item and will require Freight Shipping.
Estimated Freight Shipping for Over-sized items: (Domestic Only)
$1000-$1999 - Estimated Shipping Cost $250-349
$2000-$2999 - Estimated Shipping Cost $350-449
$3000-$4999 - Estimated Shipping Cost $450-549
$5000-$7499 - Estimated Shipping Cost $550-649
$7500-$9999 - Estimated Shipping Cost $650-749
$10000 or more will require a quote (Please Call 310.909.8785)
Urquid Linen recommends dry cleaning as the preferred method to wash and care for your linens. If you choose to wash your goods yourself, please make sure that you test your goods prior to washing/drying/steaming or any other maintenance process that is performed. Urquid Linen is not responsible for products damaged through any maintenance or cleaning process. Clients are advised to thoroughly test the material they are purchasing to avoid possible damage during cleaning and maintenance. Please keep in mind that each fabric is unique and can require it's own unique instructions for the best wash possible.
Most linens should be washed in cold water and on a delicate cycle. Only use normal detergent and avoid bleach or any chemicals that can be harmful to your linens. If possible, try to hang-dry to ensure your linens aren't damaged from excess heat. Certain fabrics must avoid heat at all costs and should never be put in a dryer. For certain linens that can be used with a dryer, please only use a low heat setting. only iron your linens while there still damp with a clean and not too hot iron.
Prior to attempting to wash the linens on your own. Please test the entire wash process on a single linen or preferably a swatch of that fabric. This should help ensure if your wash process will damage the linens or not. Again, we strongly recommend using dry-cleaning as the preferred method to wash and care for your linens.