Canwil Textiles Inc. offers a premium 200D x 200D 100% polyester oxford fabric, ideal for industrial laundry slings, bags, and tent pockets. This fabric, available in a range of colors, is always in stock ensuring quick shipping. Notably, it’s heat-set, optimizing the ease of sewing. Experience the fusion of durability and design with Canwil.

Colors:  Black, Yellow, Red, Orange, Navy

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Desc:

200Dx200D 100% Poly

Item #:

P200D/60

Finish:

DWR

Dyeing:

Piece Dyed

Tensile:

100×100 lbf WxF ASTMD5035

Tear:

13×10 lbf WxF ASTMD2261

Width:

60/61in

Weight:

115gsm 3.4 oz

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Phone: 678.985.5434

Email: [email protected]

Location: 1520 University Drive

Auburn, GA 30011

Website: www.canwiltextiles.com

200 Denier Poly Oxford

Order Now!

Phone: 678.985.5434

Email: [email protected]

Location: 1520 University Drive

Auburn, GA 30011

Website: www.canwiltextiles.com


This versatile, 100% polyester oxford fabric is particularly suitable for applications such as industrial laundry slings, bags, and tent pockets. Its 200D x 200D construction ensures a balance of strength and flexibility.

This fabric is available in a range of appealing colors, including Black, Yellow, Red, Orange, and Navy, providing options for various design preferences. The heat-set finish of the fabric significantly enhances the ease of sewing, making it a practical choice for manufacturing and DIY projects alike.

In terms of technical specifications, the fabric boasts a tensile strength of 100×100 lbf Warp x Fill (WxF) as per ASTMD5035 standards and a tear strength of 13×10 lbf WxF according to ASTMD2261 standards. The fabric is piece dyed, offering uniform color throughout. With a width of 60/61 inches and a weight of 115gsm (3.4 oz), it combines durability with lightweight characteristics.

 

Care Instructions

For maintenance, the 200 Denier Poly Oxford fabric is easy to care for. It can be washed using cold or warm water with mild detergent on a gentle cycle, or hand washed by gently agitating in lukewarm water, avoiding the use of bleach. For drying, it’s recommended to air-dry by laying flat on a towel or to use the lowest heat setting or air-fluff option if machine drying

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