We have a brand new range of Metallic Foil Fabrics! The Lycra foil fabric has a four way stretch, high shine and is suitable for clothing such as Swimming costumes, Bikinis, Active wear, Leggings, Tops, Leotards, and Dance wear.
Our Mermaid, Unicorn, Rainbow and Fish scale foils are stretchy,vibrant and perfect for multiple applications.Breathable and durable the fabric can withstand all forms of physical activity.
Introduction our new range of PU fabric. We have a large new range suitable for multiple applications. Including Leather look, Matt, Hi-shine, Holographic and Animal Print PU. Find all fabric online here.
Hologram Hi Shine
Hologram Hi Shine PU has a four way stretch and an iridescent gloss shine. The fabric is suitable for clothing such as swimwear, dresses, leggings and tops. It can also be used for accessories. Frequently used in performance wear and in costume design. Pu fabric has waterproof qualities and can therefore be used within the home and outdoors for table cloths etc.
New in digital print fabrics ! With the growing trend of digital textile printing onto fabrics; demand has increased for promotional wear, corporate branding, visual communication, flags, banners, and retails graphics.
We have a full range of Digital print fabrics which can be printed onto directly using a suitable inkjet printer. All fabrications are inherently flame retardant and conforms to British Standards for flame retardancy.
Is your fabric fire retardant? If you are unsure for any reason,we can test it for you. Our fire retardancy fabric testing service ensures piece of mind. We will test the fabric on various levels to find out its capability. If the fabric is to be used in public places such as hotels, coffee shops and restaurants, it needs to reach the British Safety Standards levels titled BS5852 BS5852 (1979).
Proof on the fire safety of many fabrics can not always be found. Some choose to ignore this obvious warning to their detriment. This will lead to legal issues and in unfortunate cases, fire.
Once fabric testing is complete, what happens next?
Once your fabric is tested, if it passes the tests needed to reach British Safety Standards, we will provide documentation on the tests and the all important official certification that your fabric is ready to go.
Get It Safe and Sorted
If your fabric fails the fire retardant testing, don’t worry. We are on hand to transform your fabric to one that will adhere to the British Safety Standards. Your fabric can be professionally coated with fire retardant solution so you can carry on using it safely. Prices for this service all depend on the amount of fabric you would like to be made fire retardant. Therefore,We will endeavour produce the required amount, and have it ready for within a reasonable time frame. We accept any amount of fabric for conversion, from one metre one metre to one thousand (or more) hence why using our service is inevitable. So if you are a small independent upholsterer or a large manufacturer, we can have your fabric ready for work, so you don’t loose any credibility or any sales.
Other Fire Retardant Options
If you choose to change your mind completely and go for a new fire retardant fabric,we stock plenty. Our fire retardant fabric is produced to the highest quality and meets the relevant British Safety Standards. We stock a huge range of fire retardant fabric , from display to leatherette.
Have a look at our Fabric UK website and scroll through the choices…..
For a quote for fire testing or fire retardant conversion, just give us a call on 0121 359 2349.
So you have a great idea and want to run with it, what now?
Create a detailed product design
Source the materials needed
Have a prototype made
We will help kick-start your project and work with you to build your idea up to production level, and even produce the items for you. If your product can be created with our expertise, we will stick with you through the whole process, from sketching out your idea and producing your first batch, to working closely with your business as a regular supplier and producer of your products.
Together, our fabric experts will use our knowledge bank to get to grips with your idea, make suggestions and ensure the project stays withing your budget and is comes to life exactly how you visualised it.
When looking at the list of the most flammable household fabrics, there is a clear reason why these fabrics are responsible for so many fires. The common denominator is a basic compound used to produce the fabric called cellulose.
Even though these fabrics may vary in look and feel, they are all manufactured using cellulose fibre so on a base level, their structure and formation are very similar. Find out more about which popular fabrics have the highest level of flammability and what you can do to drastically reduce the danger.