90% Handy Packs of Shade cloth minimise wastage and gets the job done. There are literally hundreds of uses around the home for this shade cloth. Note, we do not sell cut lengths of shadecloth.
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When ordering your shade cloth make sure you have all the right accessories to get the job done. These include;
Domestic 90% shadecloth is suitable for a wide range of applications around the home and for businesses. The 1.83m rolls are folded in half so they are only 90cm wide when shipped. If you need a high quality general purpose shade cloth which will last for many years then you can’t go wrong with this product.
You’ll find additional information about this product by using the Tabs at the top of the page. Of course you’re always welcome to call us during normal business hours on Free-call 1800 155 233.
We generally hold stock of this item at our Ingleburn warehouse but if you need it urgently or are planning to visit us to pick it up, it’s best you contact us so we can ensure that we meet your requirements. If we don’t have the stock on hand we can usually get it in quite quickly.
We ship this product Australia wide with reliable couriers such as TNT.
Once we dispatch an order, we will email you the tracking number. This allows you to track your delivery so you know when it is going to be delivered.
We do our best to ensure your order is packaged securely and arrives safely.
This product has a 10 Year Warranty
All fabric warranties are pro rata.
The 1.83m wide x 30m weights approx. 11kgs and the 3.66m wide x 30m weights approx. 22 kgs.
New: We also offer 15-metre rolls in both 1.8m and 3.66 widths.
Universal 90% does not have eyelets, however, it is manufactured with a selvedge edge therefore if you attach to a fence at regular intervals, it will hold perfectly well.
We recommend using a shade cloth cutter. They are available on this website.
No. It is a knitted fabric and uses a lock stitch construction. The cut edge will be raw but it will not unravel.
Universal 90% shade cloth is not waterproof. If you need waterproof shade cloth we stock this product in the same 90% grade in Sandstone and Dark Green, just browse for Waterproof Shadecloth.
The fabric is very colour fast however over the longer term some slight fading can occur when the fabric has been constantly exposed to environments of high UVR.
Domestic shade cloth is made with a tape filler to increase its opacity. This tape filler is knitted into the fabric between the strands of monofilament. Think of monofilament as being like fishing line. When it is knitted together it forms a fabric, in this case, shade cloth.
The difference between domestic and commercial shade cloth is that commercial shade cloth is 100% monofilament (knitted fishing line). It has no tape filler. This makes commercial shade cloth very strong and suitable for use under tension. Domestic shade cloth is not suitable for high tension applications such as shade sails because the tape filler stretches at a different rate to the monofilament. Domestic shade cloth is designed to be spread over a frame work, like a pergola, not tensioned out like a shade sail.
10 Years Pro rata against UV Degradation.
Shadecloth is designed to reduce the temperature underneath and is a knitted fabric, thus is porous. Accordingly, it will not provide a full visual block, however, visibility is significantly reduced and 90% Universal is certainly the most suitable shade cloth on the market for providing privacy. It is long lasting due to UV stabilisation and is easy to install.
Customers who need higher levels of screening can use the fabric doubled as long as the fence or attachment points are adequate. This greatly increases its block out. The darker shadecloth absorbs rather than reflects light. With a lighter colour the sunlight is reflected back at your eye and makes it harder to see through, ie, lighter colours are better for privacy.
Note, due to the knitted construction of the fabric along with the selvedge edge eyelets are not necessary as long as the fabric is attached at regular intervals with cable ties, butterfly clips, hog rings or another suitable method.