Blog posts tagged with 'linens'

New Colours of 30” Spandex Cocktail Table Covers Now in Stock!

As many of you know we’ve been expanding our event linen stock for over a year now. We brought in Spun Polyester, and added chair covers in polyester, spandex, and spandex ruched. We have also been adding to the different colours we offer – specifically in the most popular size spandex cocktail tablecover – the 30 inch.

I’m pleased to announce we’ve added 3 new colours to our current 11 colour offerings in 30 inch spandex cocktail table covers.

Baby Pink

Baby Pink Spandex Cocktail Cover


Silver Spandex Cocktail Cover


Chocolate Spandex Cocktail Cover

They are made of 190 gsm spandex and feature reinforced feet to avoid any tearing or ripping occurring. Pricing starts at $23.50 for 1-29, $22.90 for 30 – 49, $22.29 for 50-99 and $21.69 for 100+.

If you’re interested in a formal quote including shipping for any of our three new spandex cocktail table covers:

Coming Soon: Metallic Chair Sashes

Last year we brought in wedding chair covers in both spandex and polyester. This helped banquet halls, golf courses and hotels extend their banquet chair investment while rental companies could have another option to upsell brides on. The chair covers were available in the more neutral colours of white and black.

This year we’re continuing to expand our tablecloth / chair cover inventory. We decided to venture into offering a little more colour. You heard it here first…

I’m pleased to announce that coming at the end of January are Metallic Chair Sashes.

Metallic Chair Sash

Available in gold metallic, these chair sashes give an extra oomph to white or black spandex chair covers. Gold continues to be hot colour in the special event industry and these metallic chair sashes would complement gold rimmed dinnerware or gold flatware perfectly.

Additional details:

  • Machine washable
  • Works on different chair backs regardless of shape
  • 190gsm spandex

Pricing will be formally set once they’re in stock so check back to the blog for the announcement that they’re now in inventory!

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New Volume Pricing for Event Tablecloths

Volume Discount Event Tablecloths

A lot of our customers buy large quantities of our inventory items in order to service special events such as weddings, corporate meetings, conferences etc. Because of this, we tailored our event chairsfolding table pricing to reflect the need to buy in volume.

Two years ago, we introduced event tablecloths in polyester and spandex fabrics. The tablecloths have been one of our best new products launched and have been sold extensively throughout the country. We’ve also made product adjustments (specifically surrounding spandex tablecloths) based on customer feedback to improve the product’s functionality and make it easier for customers to use.

We’ve been asked over the past two years whether discounts could be offered for buying our event tablecloths in bulk. At the time our answer was unfortunately no. But I’m happy to announce that we’ve now built in volume pricing for all event tablecloths – spun polyester tablecloths, polyester tablecloths, spandex tableclothstable skirting and wedding chair covers.

The greater the volume of these event tablecloths you require, the cheaper the cost per product will become.

If you’re interested in a quote for any of our event tablecloths:


How to attach plastic folding table skirting clips

So I had my mind blown yesterday about plastic folding table skirting clips. I assumed that I knew how to attach plastic folding table skirting clips to a table. But you know what they say about assuming…. Turns out I was completely wrong. I would’ve never even thought about there being a right or wrong way to attach skirting clips. However, not only have I been attaching them wrong, but I’ve also been attaching them in a way that can cause them to break! No one wants to have to deal with that.

Because I had my mind blown I thought I wasn’t the only one who may be attaching plastic table skirting clips incorrectly – and thought I’d share the knowledge to stop clip breaking in its tracks. Check it out below. If you already knew this – feel free to take this post as your source of Tuesday entertainment. I feel pretty sheepish right now!

1. Take plastic table skirting clip and ensure the clip is facing with the opening towards the table edge.

Plastic Table Skirting Clips

2. Place the curled bottom underneath the table and move along until it clips into place

Plastic Table Skirting Clips

3. Slide top of the clip over the top of the table edge

Plastic Table Skirting Clips

Plastic Table Skirting Clips

I had been placing the top of the clip over the top of the table edge and then forcing the curled bottom over.

Plastic Table Skirting Clips

Pretty much a broken clip waiting to happen. Hope this little insight helps keep table skirting clips around longer for you!

If you’re interested in a quote for plastic table skirting clips:


Can you Remove Candle Wax from Spandex Tablecovers without Staining?

Candle wax is something that party rental companies that rent out event tablecloths have to deal with on an ongoing basis. Candles and tea/votive lights are an event staple that adds great ambiance to the event – but can be a huge pain to remove – and can potentially stain. We had a customer let us know our spandex cocktail tablecovers had been stained by candle wax so I thought I would test to see whether I could remove the candle wax from spandex tablecovers without staining. Here are the steps I took below:

Before Picture of Candle Wax on Spandex Cocktail Tablecover

Candle Wax on Spandex Tablecover

Here are the items you will need to remove the candle wax:

  • A–Paper Towel
  • B–Cardboard
  • C–Iron with multiple temperature settings
  • D–WD-40
  • E–Baking Soda
  • F–Dawn
  • G–Toothbrush

Tools to get wax out of Spandex Part 1Tools for Removing Wax from Spandex Part 2

Place the cardboard and a piece of paper towel under the stain between the table and the fabric

Cardboard and Paper Towel under Spandex Table Cover

Place a piece of paper towel on top of the fabric

Paper Towel on Top of Candle Wax

Heat iron on low-medium setting and then press the iron on top of the paper towel. The wax will reheat and melt into the paper towel.

Iron on Top of Paper Towel to get Wax Off

Here’s what it will look like after the wax has been melted into the paper towel – like you have an oil stain now.

Wax Removed from Spandex Table CoverPaper Towels with Wax on Them

Squirt WD-40 onto the oil stain. If it is a small amount of candle wax, you may prefer to put a little WD-40 into a bowl and use a q-tip to put WD-40 onto the stain.

WD40 on the Stain

Sprinkle a liberal amount of baking soda onto the WD-40.

Baking Soda Poured on the Stain

Use the toothbrush to brush the baking soda into the stain. You will notice it clumping as it pulls up the WD-40 into the baking soda. Once it has clumped, discard the used baking soda.

Clumping Baking Soda from Oil Stain

Keep sprinkling on baking soda and brushing it until there are no more clumps.

No More Clumps from Oil and Baking Soda

Put Dawn on the baking soda and use the toothbrush to rub it in. Then let it sit for a bit to pre-treat.

Dawn on Baking Soda and StainRub in Dawn and Baking Soda

Throw the spandex tablecover with baking soda and dawn into the washing machine with lukewarm water and regular liquid detergent. Tumble dry on low.

Voila! Good as new!

Spandex Tablecover Clean of Oil Stain

If you’re interested in a quote for any of our colours and sizes of spandex tablecovers: