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The multi-faceted vinyl tablecloth

Updated on April 5, 2011

If you are in the market for a new tablecloth, you might want to consider taking some time out to consider the advantages of a vinyl tablecloth. This is one of the best options to consider especially if you are working on a minimal budget and want true value for money. Vinyl tablecloths are in fact another name given to oil cloths. They are characterized by flannel that is covered with a layer of plastic. These vinyl tablecloths are popularly used as kitchen table or dining table covers.

The best part about vinyl tablecloths is that they are moldable into a number of fashionable ways. There is huge variety that is available in terms of shapes, sizes, colors and even theme. This ensures that you will be able to find something that matches the décor of your home. You can choose from a variety of themes such a holiday, ocean side, ranch style and even some good old country specials.

The great thing about vinyl tablecloths is that they are excellent for those family parties where you have a number of feisty children at the table. Since the cloth is resistant to the stains and spills, you can have your meal in peace knowing that no matter what the mess, you will not really have a cleaning nightmare on your hands. Vinyl tablecloths are also the perfect setting for those outdoor picnics and family barbeques. They are as easy to set up as your regular tablecloths but much easier to clean in comparison.

You will also find that vinyl tablecloths come with certain improvisations. For example, if you needed a tablecloth for an outdoor picnic, then choose one that has weighted edges. This will ensure that you don’t have your tablecloth flying up in the case of a gust of wind. In the case of sudden downpour, rest assured that your tablecloth will not be destroyed. In terms of improvisations, some tablecloths also come with a space allotted for an umbrella to pass through.

A vinyl tablecloth can be constructively used. If you have an old one on your hands, you could cut out smaller cloths to use for baby and toddler tables at home. They can also be used as curtains and are seen in such roles in kitchen, RV vehicles and even on private boats. They are great car seat protectors when you are transporting pets to the vet.


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