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14
Sep
2014
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Linen Fabric for Hotels

Linen fabric is still not widely used in hotels industry despite it’s great qualities. Linen fabric is two or three times the strength of cotton fabric and it is definitely among the strongest vegetable fibers. Linen fabric withstands high temperatures and very well resists dirt and stains, so is easy to care for. Yes it wrinkles easily, but those who love natural fibers definitely consider part of its charm. When it comes to the price, yes it is a bit expensive, but the experience and atmosphere it creates is second to none.
Take a look at Domi Lini – holiday apartments located in SPA resort Druskininkai, Lithuania. It is dressed 100% in linen fabric : bed linen, curtains, bath towels, hand towels, rugs and even SPA accessories.

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18
Apr
2013
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Linen Napkins – Practical and Decorative Addition to Every Table

Quality linen napkins are an essential part of a tasteful setting of the table, whether it’s a casual weekend breakfast with spouse, a festive dinner or some stylish party for friends. Sizes and designs of linen napkins have varied greatly over the years and today we have a huge assortment of linen table napkins available.

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The function of table napkins is very simple – they are meant to wipe food and drink from the mouth, and they also can be used as a protection for clothing while eating. Napkins – and especially linen napkins as they are extremely absorbent – are also used as coasters when serving a drink, or serve as a dishtowel to soak up small spills of liquids at the table.

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8
Feb
2013
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Linen Fabric Types

As we all probably know well – linen fabric or weave is produced of fiber of the flax plant. Its softness, natural origins, durability and strength, as well as its antifungal and antibacterial properties are the reasons linen fabric is loved by its fans for. And of course there are various types of the linen fabrics – distinguished from each other by the texture and weave pattern.

Damask linen fabric is a type that is woven on a jacquard loom, using a mix of plain and satin weaves. The fibers most often are flat and reversible, and therefore damask fabric has a smooth texture with a reversible pattern. To make the design and pattern stand out, damask usually comes in one color and is usually used for linen napkins, linen tablecloths, linen table runners and other home textile pieces.? A variation of damask is a Venise linen fabric. It is very finely textured and characterized by large floral patterns.??

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2
Feb
2013
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Cleaning Your Linen Upholstery

Linen fabric is famous for being strong, absorbent and breathable and therefore it is popular choice to produce variety of items, e.g. linen bath towels, line bed sheets, linen clothing, bandages and upholstery. Linen upholstery really looks cool on different kinds of furniture, but it has to be taken proper care of to keep its looks. Clean your linen upholstery on a regular basis and have it looking great!

First of all – consult the attached care label to determine whether your linen upholstery should be dry cleaned or can be machine washed. If there is no label or you have doubts about them or about your own competence – do not hesitate and hire a professional linen upholstery cleaner. He or she will surely know what to do – either to clean the items dry or steam clean or wash by hand etc. Read More

16
Jan
2013
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Washing Linen Tablecloths and Napkins

If you follow our advice and use linen tablecloths and linen napkins every day rather than saving them for special occasions, sure there is a need to wash them regulary. Although it is not a tough task, washing linen tablecloths and napkins properly requires using carefully selected detergents and following instructions that would not make any harm for the fabric.

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Use following method to wash your linen tablecloths and linen napkins:

  • Fill a sink or washtub with lukewarm water. Add gentle laundry soap to the water. Check the detergent’s label for the exact amount of soap to use. Add a dash of bleach to the water if your linen tablecloth or napkins are white. Agitate the water with your hands.

Washing Linen Tablecloths

  • Place your linen table linen into the washtub. Wash colored and white items separately. Do not try to wash wash too many items at onece.
  • Wash your linens with your hands by gently rubbing and squeezing. Do this until the fabric is thoroughly clean.
  • Drain the water from the washtub or sink. Remove the table linen aside and rinse all of the soap residue from the washtub.
  • Fill the washtub or sink with water again and place the linens back.
  • Agitate table linen items in the water to remove all of the soap. If the rinse water becomes soapy, drain the water and refill the sink with plain water, rinse items again. All the soap traces must be removed from the linen tablecloths and linen napkins.

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  • Hang carefully or lay the items flat to dry. They can also be dried in a dryer on low temperatures. Do not wring out the linens before drying.

Linen tablecloth and other table linen can be washed in the washing machine as well. Just be sure to use the gentle cycle and mild laundry soap. It is important to wash colored and white table linens separately.

Read also our article on how to iron table linen like a pro!

9
Nov
2012
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Linen Fabric – Some History

We talk and write about linen fabric and linen items made of it a lot. Let’s now take a look to the origins of this beloved fabric of mine! Ancestors of linen bed linen, linen tablecloths and linen clothes come from very early days of humanity.

Linen fiber together with wool fiber is one of the oldest used by humans. Linen fibers are produced from the stems of the flax plan. Linen was an important textile before cotton and other fibers as it is very versatile and can serve many purposes. The best thing about flax plant is that all its parts can be used for something – so no part of it is wasted. For quality linen fabric only best stems are used, but the left over parts –like linseeds, oil, straw, lower-quality stems – are turned into many products: lino, soap, healthy nutritious oil, paper, even cattle feed and lots more.

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Oct
2012
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24
Jul
2012
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Upholstery Linen Fabric for Your Comfortable and Beautiful Furniture

Lots of people know how versatile and widely used linen fabric is: there are linen clothes, linen kitchen linen, linen bedlinen, linen scarves, and even linen shoes. But only few are aware of upholstery linen fabric. Yes, linen is used for upholstery! Read on and find out why linen upholstery fabrics makes more sense than almost any other fabric.

1. Linen fabric is very strong and this makes it extremely durable. Your furniture covered with linen will not show any signs of wear for a long time. Read More

8
May
2012
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Linen Scarves – Stylish and Functional Accessories for Hot Summer

A quality linen scarf or still better – several different linen scarves – is an accessory a contemporary woman (and a man, for that matter) must have in her wardrobe. Pure linen fabric of good quality and all the items made of it always communicate good taste and are always in fashion. Linen scarves made of thin soft fabric are highly functional as well as just gorgeous.

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To serve you properly a linen scarf has to be extremely lightweight and let the air through easily, so you do not get all stuffy when it’s hot. It also has to be prewashed during the production process in order to be very soft and nice to touch – this is important for your delicate neck and shoulder skin. And last but not least – it must be dyed with beautiful colors so to bring joy for your eyes and those of others.

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