Tolino

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Tolino

Tolino is a semi-transparent, extremely easy-care linen-polyester blended fabric. This classic is available in two decent colours and has a light flame structure typical of linen. Its width of 300 cm and its charming fall make Tolino flexible.


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COMPOSITION

55% linen 45% polyester

Weight 100 g/qm

DIMENSIONS

Width 300 cm

Rapport –

Care

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Shrinkage appr. 2-4%

Features

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Fabric can be fitted in either direction. The manufacture of the article complies with the specifications of STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX.

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