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Old 05-09-2011, 03:12 PM   #1
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Cleaning new style drapes.

May, 9, 2011.

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SUBJECT: Drapery main fabric material

The Drapery main fabric material currently being used in the Classic Trailers is 100 % polyester.

The International, Flying Cloud and Sport is using 66 % Polyester and 34 % Cotton.

Drapery Liner is 70 % Polyester and 30 % Cotton.


Dry cleanable.......If washed use cold water
DO NOT use chlorine bleach or fabric softeners

Gentle cycle......low heat/pull out before hot

(Excess heat may cause shrinkage)

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Old 05-09-2011, 03:33 PM   #2
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Old 05-09-2011, 04:19 PM   #3
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Or wash in cold water and very very little detergent, rinse in cold water, spin cycle on gentle, and hang while still damp. They look ironed that way.

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We have a 2006 classic. It was a pre-owned one and it had grease spots on the curtains. I bought wall Mart brand Pine Oil in the cleaning isle of Wall Mart grocery’s rubbed it by hand in to each grease spot. I then washed the curtains in cold water with woollite and put them in the dryer until they were still damp but not dripping and hung them up in the trailer. They dried like they had been ironed and everyone thought I had bought new curtains. They sell pine oil at the dollar stores but it does not contain enough pine oil to remove stains.
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