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Linen Tablecloths

How to Care For Linen Tablecloths 

Among all the table accessories, table cloths are the most prone to get food stains during meals. And to make matters worse, these stains include a wide variety of substances – oil from fried food, alcohol from wines and so much more! That is why that when it comes to choosing a table cloth, you should find a piece that does not absorb too much of the stain and are durable enough to withstand the wash and wear process that happens to many times for these table accessories. So if you are one of those shopping that have yet to purchase a table cloth, then this is the perfect read for you. This will introduce to you the benefits of using linen tablecloths and how to care for these materials. 

There are different types of table cloths: cotton, silk and linen. Cotton is known for its comfort, silk for its elegance and style. But when it comes to durability and practicality, linen tablecloths are always the most preferred pieces. This is because the material itself is best suited for table use. As mentioned earlier, it is always the table cloth that gets the most chare of stains and spills. But fortunately, linens are known for their ability to resist stains making them a perfect table cloth piece. 

Apart from that, linen tablecloths cloths need to be washed eventually, especially if they have been spilled or stained on too many times. SO what you need to have is a material that can withstand the washing process that may happen more often than usual. And yes, linen can also withstand such wears and tears. This type of cloth is known to almost never fade in colour and can hold up its shape even in frequent washings. But just like any cloth material, you should also be careful in the washing process. 

When it comes to washing linen tablecloths, never use the ordinary bleaching agent to remove those tough stains because this could leave ugly brown spots that can damage white or light coloured linen cloths. What you can use is a hydrogen peroxide solution as you bleaching agent. But if you do not want to use a bleaching agent at all, then you can go the natural way by using good old ,lemon juice to bust away those hard to remove stains. This is the perfect remedy fro removing stains in white linen because they do not leave any discolorations on the material after washing. 

It is also very important to store linen tablecloths the right way. Keeping away the moisture from linens help avoid the growth of mildew and bacteria. So store these pieces in a clean and dry area with ample ventilation to avoid stored moisture from staying in the cloth. 

So there you have it! Here are simple and easy tips on how to care for your linen table accessories. Now that you have these essentials, you won’t be too scared in buying linen cloths in the future!