Yaku

Heavy, very densely woven upholstery fabric made of pure linen. Yaku has a pleasantly dry, grainy feel and conveys the impression of solid quality. The product is pigment dyed and gets the used look after washing.


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COMPOSITION

100% linen

Weight 600 g/qm

DIMENSIONS

Width appr. 138 cm

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Care

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Shrinkage appr. 6-8% (Waschen), appr. 2-3% (Reinigen)

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Slub, colour deviations and slight irregularities are not flaws but are caused by using natural fibres. They add to the attrac- tiveness of these fibres. To avoid creases after washing, we recommend delicate laundry at wool setting. The manufacture of the article complies with the specifications of STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX.

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