Roc-Lon Multi-Purpose Cloth
White Multi-Purpose Cloth, by Roc-Lon, 100% blackout for total light
control at the window (triple laminated, 70% polyester 30% cotton,
54" wide). The heavy-bodied cloth is perfect as is or ready to embellish
with paint and collage for window shades, placemats, floor cloth, lamp
shades, totes, murals, fiber art, mixed media, and more. The SMOOTH white
surface requires no priming when used with acrylic paint, pigments, and/or
glazes, mediums and adhesives.
100% blackout for total light control at the window.
soft & durable
non-rolling canvas, that does not curl
great for floor cloths & murals
when cut, does not fray
- Hand wash on a very gentle cycle and air dry
Use with Printer, Paint, Mediums, Gels, Glaze, Adhesives &
requires no prep when used with acrylic paint, pigments,
and/or glazes, or when collaging with adhesive
- print designs using most inkjet printers
Multi-Purpose Cloth is so easy to use that anyone, experts and
novices alike, can play designer and see results. Create projects for
children who love hands on activity and tap into their own creativity
Specialized Uses for Roc Lon Multi-Purpose Cloth
As a floor cloth, mural, tote bags, & other craft uses:
- Does not fray when cut
- Soft enough to hole punch
- Accepts fabric glue and tape
- No hemming necessary
- Reversible, design on both sides
- Cuts out
- Excellent body for totes, purses, placemats, lamp shades, floor
cloth and more.
As a window shade, curtain, or screen:
- Eliminates light
- Insulates against heat and cold
- Provides privacy by preventing silhouettes
- Acts as a noise barrier
Roc Lon Multi-Purpose Cloth
triple laminated, non-rolling canvas
Sold in 1/2 Yard Increments
Total Light Control at the Window
Great for Fine Art Interior Design Projects & Totes
Perfect weight for Tote Bags, Window Shades, Floor Cloth, Placemats,
Table Runners, and much more
Content: 70% polyester, 30% cotton
Item Code: 1P004
Weight: 0.5 lb
Our Price: $9.00 (per 1/2 yard)
10.00 (per 1/2 yard)
Multi-Purpose Cloth Care Instructions:
When sealed with paint or adhesive, gently clean with
soap and water.
- DO NOT MACHINE WASH!
- If spot cleaning of fabric becomes necessary, the best method
for removing the stain is to gently brush the stain off with
a soft cloth.
- Be careful to avoid pressing stain in to the fabric, as this
may make stain removal more difficult.
- If simple brushing does not remove the stain, then a small
amount of colorless cleaner (such as window cleaner) may be
gently applied and then blotted to remove.
- Do not scrub stain. This may press stain further into fabric
and make removal more difficult.
- If ironing is necessary, cover the fabric with a PRESSING
CLOTH. The iron setting recommended is "Acrylic/Silk" or a temperature
of 121°C / 250°F.
Finishing Suggestions for Floor Cloth:
- Let the floor cloth paint dry thoroughly, this usually is
- Make sure you let each coat of sealer dry before you paint
the next coat.
- Brush 4 to 6 coats of sealer over front of floor cloth.
- Brush two coats of sealer onto the backside of the floor cloth.
- Let dry thoroughly.
6 Tips To Minimize Needle-Holes When Sewing:
Use a straight stitch.
Use a maximum of 5 to 6 stitches per inch.
Use a Mercerized COTTON or a Texturized
Polyester THREAD when sewing Blackout lining - these threads
tend to plug up needle-holes.
Use a Teflon Needle - tends not up as
much and increase hole to heat size.
Use Loose Tension - this eliminated making
oval shaped holes in Blackout while sewing. U
se a “French seam ” or “over-lap stitch”
to eliminate needle-holes on seam stitches. These types of stitches
work wonders and provide a “custom look” to the finished project.