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First I'd like you to know that this package was a day late. Surprising, considering that Amazon usually gets everything here on time, if not early.
I opened the package and was so happy to see the color of the tablecloth. It was beautiful and completely matched the picture.
I opened the plastic wrap around the tablecloth, pulled it out and it and was fairly disgusted by the material. It feels like the cheapest polyester that you can buy. I feel like they used water bottles to make it, which would be cool because it would be recycled👍 but I don't think that they did 👎
I'm also concerned that on the outside of the packaging it says "dispose of or reuse." Not very environmentally friendly, to just throw away tablecloth, huh? 😠
I did think of returning it, quite honestly, but a round, 70 inch, turquoise blue tablecloth is pretty difficult to find. I might be able to find a white one in that size and shape but I'd have to dye it.....it would take two bottles , and the dye plus the price of the tablecloth would be more than just settling for this one., so here it stays.
Color good, quality low.
Oh and I saw the reviewers mentioned the fact that the tablecloth was wrinkled when they received it. Oh, duh, that's what happens when an item is folded up and put in a bag. I'm always amazed at what a washing machine and a dryer can do for wrinkles!😒😋
I removed the tablecloth from the package and saw the wrinkles. I then washed the tablecloth and barely dried it, then spread it on the table to dry. The wrinkles were still present. I put weights on top of the wrinkles for hours with no improvement. I placed my hands on either side and tried to stretch them out and could not. The wrinkles are there to stay. It is nice to have sharp creases in a dress shirt, but not in a tablecloth. I should have read what many others have written about their experience. I will look elsewhere. This tablecloth would make an elegant drop cloth for when I paint a wall.
The table cloth is good enough for when I set up an extra dining table in the basement. It's kind of thin and I can see the table through it. The serge hem doesn't look as nice as a folded one, but like I said, it's good enough for casual entertainment. I can't comment on its stain resistance because nothing much has spilled on it. It ironed easily and the price was right. I probably would spend a little more in the future and get a table cloth that is more substantial.
I chose this tablecloth because I thought the color was good however when I opened the package I was disappointed. It’s not a pretty yellow but rather a greenish yellow - reminds me of an unripe lemon. Ugh. I haven’t decided if I’ll keep it or not.
The tablecloth looks nice, but it stains very easy. The kids dropped Mexican cheese dip on it and now there's a permit dark spot that would not come out. We even sprayed with shout before washing it. For the price I figured it would be a little more stain resistant. If you buy this you need to buy a clear plastic cover to put over the top. We will just make due with it for a little while. It was a temporary solution until I could sand and restain our table.
This is a good tablecloth of rather nice material. There is no hem, just a ziz-zag stitch to finish the edge. I'm going to take off about 4" anyway, so will add a finished hem. This was well worth the cost.