PVC fabric is one of the most widely used fabrics in the world today. It can be found in homes, schools, retail stores, offices, factories and other places. This type of fabric is very affordable and easy to clean, and it can be used for a wide range of purposes. In homes, it often serves as a tablecloth to prevent tables from being stained or scratched, as well as a shower curtain, furniture overlay and pond lining. Other applications of PVC fabric include book and photo album covers, rainwear, car mats and others.
There is a wide range of PVC fabrics available in the market, including transparent PVC fabric; PVC oil cloth; faux leather lycra stretch PVC fabric; heavy-feel upholstery vinyl PVC fabric; and fire, UV and crack-resistant PVC fabric. While some PVC fabrics are monochromatic, others feature attractive patterns, such as checks, polka dots, animals, flowers and leaves, vehicles and Christmas motifs. The toughness and durability of PVC fabrics can vary greatly, and therefore, buyers need to select the right kind for their intended uses. There are PVC fabrics that are specially made for certain purposes, such as tabletop covers; window covers; upholstery, car or boat covers and others. PVC fabrics are generally affordable, and they are usually sold per sheet or metre.