Custom Blackout Fabric100% polyester - Sublimation inks
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- ≥ 0.5 m2: $130/sq m
- ≥ 1 m2: $120/sq m
- ≥ 3 m2: $105/sq m
- ≥ 10 m2: $95/sq m 9.5% Discount
- ≥ 20 m2: $94/sq m 10.5% Discount
- ≥ 30 m2: $92/sq m 12.4% Discount
- ≥ 40 m2: $89/sq m 15.2% Discount
- ≥ 50 m2: $70/sq m 33.3% Discount
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Your custom printed Blackout fabric is one of the completely light resistant materials. Both front and back are 100% plain weave poly-based fabrics, consisting of a white face and a white back. The Blackout is non-fray, with a plain closed weave construct. This is a solid fabric weighing 260gsm and has no elasticity, making it completely taut and matt in texture.
- Max Print: 1.55m, Weight: 280gsm
- Properties: stiff, non fray, matt, opaque, waterproof
- Laminated white backed poly, white woven face.
- Uses: Window blinds, light stop, linings, home interiors
- Custom printing on blackout material
- Available for Wholesale
The answer here is technically yes, as it is water resistant, but it is not the perfect fabric for that purpose. The Blackout fabric was designed to accommodate the blackout quality, so it may be lacking in other necessary material necessities for clothes. Why not try the Breathable Waterproof fabric instead? If you can't make up your mind, order the swatch pack to try out the samples for yourself.
We recommend the Blackout fabric mainly for use in blinds, as it is so simple to make and requires very little work. It also works well for backing fabrics, which need to be completely opaque. It can also be used for making bags and purses as well as outdoor cushions and awnings.
We do have other opaque materials available at Contrado and some that are also double faced with a solid material backing, such as Neoprene. These are a lot heavier and do not stop the light to the same level as Blackout.