American Dawn Polyester Square Ivory Tablecloths (Set of 6) 52in (132.1cm)

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The American Dawn 100% polyester ivory tablecloths include a set of 6 tablecloths and are 52in x 52in (132.1cm x 132.1cm) square.   The tablecloths are designed to serve the hospitality, catering, tradeshow, weddings, banquets, parties and other general use.

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Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
PKG Dimensions 14 × 13.75 × 3 in




Brand American Dawn
Country of Manufacture United States
Washing Instructions Recommendations for Handling Milliken Napery Fabrics With Finishing Equipment - Contact Customer Service for Instructions ( Recommendations for Handling Milliken Napery Fabrics With No Finishing Equipment Processing Requirements:
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1. Before placing new linen into service it should be washed separately to remove manufacturing residual dye. Darker shades may require additional washings.

2. Shade groups such as whites, dark, mediums, lights, and reds should be washed separately. For further information on shade groupings see below.

3. All linen must be shaken out so debris (food and sharp objects) will not be loaded into the washer with the table linen.

4. Milliken Napery Fabrics should be washed separately from 100% Cotton and Poly/Cotton blends to avoid contamination from lint.

5. For good mechanical action, load washwheel: Full Drop—90%, Split Pocket—75%, Y-Pocket—65%.

6. Wash formula and wash chemicals should be appropriate for type and amount of soil to be removed.

7. Additional chemicals and/or wash time may be required for spun polyester over recommended Visa formulas.

8. Surfactants are recommended in the break cycle.

9. Adequate cool down in both the wash wheel and dryer is critical.

Suggested Washing Procedure: 1. Load washers to recommended washer capacity. 2. Washing should be performed at high temperature (140º F or higher). A gradual cool-down or split rinses should be used to step down the water temperature, 15º F (or less) increments until the load is at 90 - 100º F. Thermal shock may occur if rapid temperature drops take place. 3. Avoid softeners and waxes in the wash cycle, as these will mask the absorbency of the fabric. 4. Soaps of animal or vegetable fats should be avoided. 5. Do not use chlorine bleaches on colored napery. 6. Adequate rinsing is necessary to remove residual chemicals and to ensure maximum fabric life and color retention. Suggested Drying Procedure:
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1. Load dryers to 50% of the rated capacity.

2. Set heat cycle for a fabric temperature of 180º - 200º F.

3. Linen must be dry before “cool-down” cycle starts. Drying time usually varies between 10 and 20 minutes, depending on extraction, load size, and temperature.

4. The linen and walls of the dryer must be cooled down to room temperature before the dryer is stopped. Approximate cool-down times will range from 8 to 15 minutes.

5. To minimize wrinkling, expedite loads through all processing procedures: washing, drying, and folding.

6. These handling procedures should be utilized to obtain optimum flat-dry results:

- Tablecloths and napkins should be unloaded from dryer immediately after cycle is complete. Tablecloths should be draped or spread across a cart or folding table as unloaded. Napkins should be stacked flat and as high as handling will permit.

- Linen should be folded neatly, stacked by size and placed in an adequate storage area. Standard practice allowing 24-hour “shelf-time” will enhance the flat-dry appearance of the table linen. 7. Professional flat-dry results can best be obtained by ironing Milliken napery.
Recommendations For Handling Signature Plus™ Home Type Washer & Dryer Basic requirements:
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Equipment: Maytag, Kenmore, General Electric, Whirlpool, etc.
Loading: Do not overload washer or dryer. Wash loads must have good flotation and agitation.
Washing: Use perma press cycle or split water temperatures (110-130°) with a cold water rinse. Use chemicals recommended for home type washers. Do not use softeners, as they may waterproof the linen.
Dryers: Use perma press cycle for 12-15 minutes with an 8 minute cool down. (Times may vary due to load size and extraction.) If dryers do not have perma press cycle, use medium heat (120-160°), and “air” for cool down step. Do not overload dryer; linen must tumble freely for optimum flat dry results.

Check List for Wrinkles

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1. Overloading - Wash loads may be too large for size washer or dryer (no mechanical action or flotation equipment).

2. Overdrying - Linen may be too dry before cool down begins. Reduce dryer time to where linen is just dry before cool down cycle begins.

3. Thermal Shock Wrinkles - Drastic changes in fabric temperatures. Examples: water temperature drops from 180°-100°; dryers are being stopped while still hot (140°-160°). 4. Improper Cool Down - Dryers have been stopped before linen has been cooled to normal body temperature for folding. 5. Process Wrinkles - Wrinkles due to mishandling. Linen which has been set in the washer, dryers, or buggies for prolonged periods of time. 6. Improper Storage - Inadequate storage on shelves or racks. Linen also may have been folded improperly before reaching storage areas. 7. Shelf Time - Recommended shelf time for linen is 24 hours for optimum flat dry results. In House Small Laundries Recommendations For Handling Signature Plus™ Home Type Washer & Dryer
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Check List for Stains

1. Overloading - No mechanical action or linen has been packed too tight for proper agitation.

2. Improper Chemical Usage - The amount of detergent may be too small for the size wash load being processed, or the soil level is too high.

3. Abusive Stains - These type stains are usually of three types:

  1. - carbon based - grill grease, ashtrays, etc.
  2. - silver polish
  3. - cement stains
Usually bleach will help salvage the linen unless stains are of above types.

4. Softeners - We do not recommend the use of softeners. Most softeners coat the Signature Plus™ linen making it waterproof and hard to remove stains due to this waterproofing action.

5. Hard Water - Chemicals that may be found in water make cleaning at normal detergent loads difficult. Some stains may be due to iron or calcium, which may be found in the water. Check with your chemical representative for this type of problem.

Color Groupings Suggested Color Groupings for Washing Milliken Table Linen Fabrics The general rule for mixing table linen colors in the wash is to keep similar colors and similar degrees of color darkness together. All table linen should be washed separately when new. Dark shades should be washed several times before mixing with a shade group.


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