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This Oeko-Tex® certified PUL fabric is perfect for your waterproof and zero-waste creations, this fabric with pretty black color will permit you to create washable diapers, menstrual panties, mattress pads, bibs, change mats, or baby seats, chair cushion covers... There is an infinity of possibilities!
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|Sales unit||10 cm|
|Fabrics Weight||200 g/ml, 130 g/m2|
|Material Composition||60% Polyester, 40% Polyurethane|
|Washing||30° normal wash|
|Tumbling||do not tumble dry|
|Ironing||Do not iron|
|Appearance/Touch||Supple, Soft, Waterproof, Elastic|
|Manufacturing process||Knitted (jersey)|
|Oeko-Tex® Certificate number||2020OK1318 / Centre de test : AITEX|
|Recommendation/advice||The fabric may shrink up to 10 % in the first wash.|
Plain PUL fabric - black x 10cm
PUL Oeko-Tex®: Waterproof fabric made in Europe certified OekoTex®-100 class 1 (that proves the safety of the fabric for babies and kids).
This fabric is used to create cloth nappies, menstrual pants, mattress pads, bibs, changing mats, baby seats, chair cushion covers, and more generally any type of protection against liquids such as reusable lids.
No more ephemeral packaging, make tote bags in 100% natural cotton to keep your vegetables and make your market. Endlessly reusable and resistant, they will be ideal to carry your food. Bye bye, plastic bags when you go shopping at the supermarket, at the bulk grocery store or to pick up fruits and vegetables in your vegetable garden, the bulk bags will be your best ally! Resistant, durable, practical and pretty, they will quickly become essential!
Since 1990, the Standard 100 Oeko-tex® label has been an international system for the control and certification of harmful substances in textiles. It certifies the non-toxicity of textiles and dyes, so it avoids harmful substances. This label is the first label that has been put in place to allow consumers to find textiles without risk to health which has finally allowed to have a reliable product label for the consumer to judge the human-ecological quality of textiles.