Percale sheets are sheets that are weaved with a percale weave. This is the most common type of bed linen weave in which the fabric is woven in series of vertical and horizontal threads that creates a dense crispy soft feel. The percale weave makes the bed sheets very durable and typically get softer which […]

Many people wonder what a “single” in reference to cotton is? 10S, 16S, etc. The “S” for Singles refers to the thread weight that is used. The higher the thread weight number, the finer and softer feel of the fabric. When a higher thread weight number is used, the thread is finer and a tighter […]

Polyester is (a petroleum derivative) plastic, that is extruded through a head, similar to what looks like a shower head. Filament is the basic state of the fiber when made. It’s very much like fishing line. Filament is very strong, and holds dye very well, if applied properly. Spun polyester is filament fiber that is […]

Milliken Signature Bistro Stripe

New twist on Signature Plus napkins providing a fresh look. 18” x 22” napkin Available in 16 standard stripe colors Yarn-dyed stripe does not fade Designed to be washed with bleach Made in USA Milliken’s newest and fastest growing fabric is big on style and size. Signature® Stripe is a bistro-style napkin made with 100% […]

What is the difference between poplin weave and twill weave? How can you tell them apart? This article will tell you what you need to know so you can make an informed decision. Poplin Weave Poplin is a type of fabric made with a plain weave of any type of material or blend. It can […]

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The processes for creating regular cotton and ringspun cotton are totally different. Regular cotton is made from soft vegetable fibers that are twisted together to make yarn, which is then woven to make material. Regular cotton is less expensive to make.The same can be said for when making ringspun polyester, also called Spun Poly. Ringspun […]

BASIC REQUIREMENTS: 1. Equipment must be free of burrs and sharp edges. 2. Washing equipment should have properly functioning water level and temperature controls. 3. Follow normal extraction procedures on cool (90˚-100˚ F) linens. 4. Cleaning and waxing of ironer chest, and maintenance of roll pads and covers should comply with ironer manufacturer’s recomendations. Maintain […]

The Greenie® and Lunchkin® Innovate “Lunch” Business For decades now, the paper industry has touted their eco-friendly and cost-effective messaging to restaurant owners and even consumers. While many believed the eco message, even more believed the costing information. The bottom line, is that neither are factually true. Recently, there are some new linen products that […]