Endura (Grade D) is our toughest fabric. Ideal for abusive situations where any other fabric will wear or get ripped easily.

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Grade: D
Content: 100% Nylon

Backing Content: 100% Polyurethane
Cautions: Not dimensionally stable with temperature change. Shrinkage: AATCC135: Warp 4%, Fill: 1.0%. Do Not Bleach
Cleaning Instructions: Hand Wash with Care. Drip Dry.
Construction: 1000 Denier
Features: Uses type 66 Nylon yarn from Dupont. This gives the product much higher tear strengths and resistance to sunfading than regular nylons.
Hydrostatic Resistance: AATCC 127 (Suter) - Average 350 mm.
Protective Finish: DWR Durable Water Repellant
Tear Strength: Passes Federal Test Method Standard 191 Textile Test Methods 191A-5134 - Warp = 69 lbs and Fill = 69 lbs.
Tensile Strength: Passes ASTM D5034 - Warp = 567 lbs and Fill = 510 lbs.
Thread Count: 29 x 24 Threads per square inch.
Water Resistance: Durable Water Repellant

Most spills on Endura can easily be cleaned with a towel. Just wipe up the spill with a clean cloth. However, for dried stains or more difficult stains Endura can be easily cleaned with a soap-and-water mixture.
Simply combine 1 part of an enzyme powder detergent such as Tide® or Cheer® with 5 parts water. Apply the solution to the stain and wait a minute or two to allow the detergent to begin removing the stain. Then lightly rub/scrub the area and rinse thoroughly with clean water.
All soap residue must be completely removed.

As with any fabric, dirt and dust can build up, so vacuuming regularly is advised.

Note that the colour in these photos may vary from the actual fabric you receive due to the translation and reproduction limitations of photography, the limitations of viewing photos at web site resolutions with different monitors and dye lot variations from the fabric mills