Positano

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Positano

A modern braid design for the outdoor area. Positano is light-fast and colour-fast, extremely durable, weather resistant and easy-care. The product has a pleasant feel and is well suited for cushions, upholstery and covers. Due to identical colour shades, Positano can be combined nicely with outdoor products Rimini, Nizza-Stripe, Nizza-Check, and Portofino.


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COMPOSITION

100% polypropylen

Weight 310 g/qm

DIMENSIONS

Width appr. 140 cm

Rapport 21-22 cm

Care

Care x

Shrinkage appr. 2-4%

40.000 martindale rubs

Features

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Outdoor. Iron without steam.

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