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  1. Default Blackout cloth 
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    I am looking for a company that sells blackout cloth. I need at least 48 inches wide. I know I have seen it before, I have googled it and come up with nothing. Anyone out there have any infor on this?

    Thanks!
    Sue
     

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    Try rosebrand.com Sue. They're a bit pricey but "if they don't have it, nobody has it"......

    Steve
     

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    Cheapest I've ever seen-

    http://www.onlineeei.com/fabrics.cfm...orating-fabric

    Commonly called Duvetyne or commando cloth. Fire retardant.
    How can a man die better than facing fearful odds, for the ashes of his fathers and the temple of his gods.

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    He beat me to it, I have to agree with Zombie toxin.
     

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    THANKS GUYS!!!! I really appreciate the info. I'm getting on that today!

    Sue
     

  6. Default Outdoors? 
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    I assume Duvetyne doesn't hold up outdoors? The description of it said that washing it will remove the fire retardant.
    Mike Quill
    Fear Town Haunted House
     

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    As far as I know retardant is applied to whatever material, so yes it would probably wash out in the rain if thats what you mean.

    It is pretty durable material though- sort of like a soft, very light weight canvas feel imo. Definitely heavier than most other run of the mill fabrics.

    Considering that- I'd pull it in off season and re-treat it with a pump sprayer next season if you were concerned.

    There is always fire retardant vinyl. The retardant might be impregnated- don't really know.
    How can a man die better than facing fearful odds, for the ashes of his fathers and the temple of his gods.

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  8. Default Duvetyn not good outside. 
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    Duvetyn definitely will not do well outdoors. It is a heavy material, but it is still cloth. I have seen a lot of tours throw their Duvetyne away after one good rain soaked it (of course I picked it up and used it as long as I could but it didnt last long).
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