Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are the tablecloths and napkins made of?

They are made of the highest quality 100% spun polyester which makes them feel like cotton but without all the problems of cotton like shrinking, fading and staining. Considered the workhorse in the table linens industry, 100% spun polyester is the go-to fabric for high end restaurants and hotels around the world as it retains its life for a long time and does not lint. Even before the new spill repellant technologies came about, 100% polyester was considered top choice in the industry as it naturally resist spills and staining.

2. How do I care for my tablecloth?

It is easy to care for, just machine wash in cold water in short cycle and machine dry on low setting for short time. No ironing is typically needed, however, if you feel you need to, we suggest ironing with warm iron on reverse side.

3. What is stain release technology?

A protective coating is adhered to the material during its fabrication making it resistant to most spills enabling them to be blotted up and wiped clean. The key is to blot spills as much as possible with a paper towel as it sits beads and sits on top of the fabric rather than rubbing it. 

4. Why does the fabric feel a little stiff coming out of the package?

This is due to the spill repellent and will soften when the tablecloth is gently washed as instructed.

5. How do I know what size tablecloth to order?

All our tablecloths are new oversize 70” width to fit the wider width tables . Therefore you really just need to measure the length of the table and add anywhere from 6-14 inches for the drop on each side. For square and round tablecloths just measure across the middle. When in between sizes it is suggested most time to round up as an oversized look is typically preferred than being too small.

Example: Table that is x 84” in length:

84” + (2)x 12” drops each side= 108” 70x 108 would be closest size tablecloth.

6. If I order on Friday will my product get shipped on Saturday?

No, it will be shipped out on Monday.