Plastic Table Cover 91×122 by Spencer and Slate
- Easily washed with a simple wet cloth, rather than having to remove, say, a table cloth and put it into the washing machine, possibly having to iron it when done.
- Enjoy your surfaces interesting textures, whether they be marble, glass, or wood grain, instead of hiding them under a table cloth.
- Order a little larger than your table surface. Truth is, sometimes these babies shrink in transit. Prepare for that by ordering a little larger. Plus, when it gets to you, you can make sure it’s the perfect size by cutting it down, if necessary.
These mats come in a roll, and while we’re pretty confident they’ll roll out just fine…sometimes they won’t. Here are some things you can do to fix a stubborn plastic mat.
- Try setting it in the sun for a bit, weighing it down on the corners with heavy objects. This will encourage the plastic to let go of it’s rolling ways and relax a bit.
- Or, if the sun doesn’t do the trick (or if you have no sun to work with), try a hair dryer! They’re handy, and you don’t even have to take you’re mat outside. That’s a win in my book.
- And if, like me, you don’t own a hair dryer, but you DO own an iron, try this: Lay out your stubborn rolly mat, and then put on sheet on it (think bed sheet) and then, with the iron on it’s lowest setting, use the steam function, and get those waves gone!
- Or, you could put heavy objects on the corners, practice a little patience, and the waves should just come out over time.
- PRACTICAL: Protect your surfaces against spills and scratches with a plastic table top protector.
- DURABLE: Easy to clean. Just wipe down with a cloth and warm soapy water.
- CUSTOMIZABLE: Order a little larger than your surface, and cut the protector down to the exact size.
- EASY APPLICATION: Roll out the mat onto your surface to begin immediate furniture protection.
- ROLL OUT TIPS: Upon initial usage place heavy objects on corners to encourage the mat to flatten.