Sanitary Protective Fitted Table Cover
Massage Essentials - Canada's largest retailer of massage and spa supplies
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Polyrethane Laminated (PUL) Sanitary Protective Cover Protective sheet that fits nicely over fleece pads and table warmers. You no longer need to wash your fleece pad after each service. This oil resistant protective cover provides a breathable, yet water-proof barrier between client, sheet and table pad. Saving you time, money and extending the life of your fleece pad and warmer. Very lightweight, doesn't feel like plastic Water-proof, easy wipe clean surface Wash at up to 160 degree temperature Quite and breathable with no heat build up (i.e. heat from heating pad passes through) Hypo-allergenic Reduces daily or weekly laundering of fleece pads, extends fleece pad life by years Eco-Friendly 33W x 74L x 7D Washing Instructions It is recommended to use a zero residue detergent - liquid detergent preferably. Wash temperatures can be hot, between 145 and 165 degree F (65 to 75 degree C). DO NOT use bleach. If required non chlorine oxygenated bleach can be used sparingly, provided the detergent should not already contain sodium percarbonate (the active ingredient in many oxygenated bleaches). The detergent must also not contain any Fabric softeners, Natural oils, Perfumes, Dyes, UV brighteners, Stain guard ingredients, Enzymes. DO NOT add washing soda, soda ash or soda crystals to the detergent. The use of vinegar and/or baking soda can together or individually cause delamination. Rinsing Instructions It is highly recommended to add an extra rinse cycle since even minute traces of detergent or other washing chemicals which may not have been washed out from the product made from the PUL are highly detrimental to the film and reduce the life of the laminate. Drying Instructions Dry on medium heat, at a temperature not more than 130 degree F (50 degree C). Use of drying sheet with fabric softeners is not recommended. DO NOT wring or iron on the film side. Any urethane film is affected by bleach, chlorine and dry heat exceeding 130 degree F.