By s4ndr4. Tablecloth. At Monday, October 28th 2019, 00:48:13 AM.
Perfect for families with young kids, this 100 percent linen tablecloth is so affordable that you won’t feel too guilty if it gets doused in spaghetti sauce or grape juice. (Plus, it’s machine washable and easy to clean.) Still, it’s elegant and suitable for an occasion as formal as a holiday dinner or a business dinner. If you’re looking for a pure white tablecloth, this is a great choice—it’s a stark and bright white with no cream undertones.
A tablecloth is a cloth used to cover a table. Some are mainly ornamental coverings, which may also help protect the table from scratches and stains. Other tablecloths are designed to be spread on a dining table before laying out tableware and food. Some cloths are designed as part of an overall table setting, with coordinating napkins, placemats, or other decorative pieces. Special kinds of tablecloth include runners which overhang the table at two ends only and table protectors to provide a padded layer under a normal cloth.
Main use light color or pure white table cloth, cotton cloth is given priority to, because cotton has strong water absorption and softness, light and white can foil the elegant environment, for the customer to clean hygiene sweet and comfortable feeling. Most of the stains on hotel tablecloths are food, wine, vegetable juice and condiments. Specific subdivisions may include cream, fish, gravy, vegetable juice, soft drinks, tea, coffee, red wine, white wine, soy sauce, vinegar, and other condiments and seasonings, and possibly even vomit. Since the source of the stain is more complex, the distribution of the stain is crisscrobed, the time of the stain is longer and so on, it is difficult for the hotel tablecloth to be stained and washed. However, as long as we make rational analysis of all the sources of stains, it is not difficult to find a solution to the washing. The stains on the tablecloth are divided by nature, which may consist of tannic acid, protein, vegetable oil, wine, vinegar, salt, sugar and pigment.