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Heavy Duty Square Oilcloth Tablecloth

Protect Your Table With Laminated Oilcloth: It Won't Peel Or Crack and It Wipes Clean In a Jiffy

Heavy Duty Square Oilcloth Tablecloth

Protect Your Table With Laminated Oilcloth: It Won't Peel Or Crack and It Wipes Clean In a Jiffy

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Back in the day, oilcloth used to be made by coating heavier weight cotton with linseed oil, which slowly cracked and peeled with age. This method became obsolete with the advent of non-cracking plastics. Sadly, what replaced most oilcloth was flimsy plastic cloth. Borrowing a page from yesteryear, our workhorse oilcloth is still made with real fabric, so it has the weight and drape of real cloth, yet is laminated to ensure it can stand up to years of wear and tear and your toughest kitchen tasks.

  • Measures 52" square
  • Easy wipe-clean finish
  • Guaranteed to never crack, peel, or stain
  • Square tablecloth is ideal for parties, barbeques, crafting, and everyday use
  • Cotton/PVC or polyester/PVC
  • Imported

Heavy Duty Square Oilcloth Tablecloth


100% Polyester/PVC: Blue Gingham, Cherries, Flag, Fruit, Kitchen,
Songbird, Tulip, White, Foliage
100% Cotton/PVC: Floral, Floral Lattice, Holiday, Holly Berry, Red Cherry
Check, Red Gingham,Tea Cup, Woodgrain


Wipe Clean. Do not machine wash or dry.


Manufactured In: China

Material - Country Of Origin: China

Heavy Duty Square Oilcloth Tablecloth is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 35.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for my baking I got this to cover my table for baking the Christmas cookies. It's great!. Things clean up so much better. If I move my Kitchen Aid mixer, it's easier, and things are not sticking badly to the table cloth. This table cloth has added to the fun of my cookie baking experience.
Date published: 2016-11-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wrinkles on Heavy Duty Oilcloth Tablecloths I ironed the back side of Tablecloth, but there are still wrinkles on the front that I am concerned will eventually peel or crack. Would it be wise to place in dryer on a low setting? *** I do love the bird pattern, but expected better results for the price.
Date published: 2016-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Now I have two I bought one for my kitchen table and am using it all the time. I bought white. Now I have one for the dining room table. I like how I can wipe off the crumbs and spills with a damp dish cloth. Now I don't want to go back to cloth table cloths!
Date published: 2016-04-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not like oilcloth I remember I am not happy with the bright red color compared to photo in magazine looks more like burgundy and that is the color I wanted. Do not like the shiny finish on top, makes it look cheap. The oil cloth tablecloths I remember were much thicker and not shiny. I am using it to see how it holds up. The old ones lasted for years and wore like iron through many children. Kicking myself for paying this much for a tablecloth that is not as I expected.
Date published: 2016-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Life Just got Simpler We bought the old fashioned oil cloth tablecloths, and have loved them so much that we sent one to each of our married children.
Date published: 2016-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THE KITCHEN PATTERN A few years back I bought the Kitchen pattern oil cloth. I noticed that I don't see that pattern listed anymore. The one I bought is still in excellent shape, but when the time comes for a replacement I would like to have the same pattern on hand. I love that pattern. Please advise if you are planning in the future to order that pattern again. Thanks and Merry Christmas
Date published: 2015-12-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Oil Cloth table clothes A nice replacement for the old fashion oil cloth that was readily available in the 40's and 50's. This is vinyl ond a fabric backing and is very nice - even some of the patterns are like old fashion oil cloth patterns. Th only drawback I ind is that the edges on the short sides tend to roll up. Directions tell how to use an iron on the reverse side to flatten the cloth out. But - I no longer have an iron - I'll have to borrow one, but it will still be worth the extra effort.
Date published: 2015-10-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just like Grandma's! I remember this type of oilcloth table covering from my grandmother's farm kitchen table, over 60 years ago. Now that I'm a great-grandma, I got mine to be used on wooden picnic tables when we visit our grand- and great-grand-children in our RV travels.
Date published: 2015-07-19
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