Army Duck also known as "shelter duck" is a medium weight multipurpose canvas with a very tight, plied yarn weave construction making it very strong and resistant to tearing. Army Duck is loomed using smaller yarns creating an ultra-smooth texture perfect for creating fine portrait details in gallery grade primed and unprimed artists canvas.
Army Duck is ideal for screen printing and is also popular in numerous applications and products such as: tote bags, backpacks and linings. Cotton Army Duck can be custom finished to Sunforger specifications (Marine finish, boat shrunk, mildew repellent, water repellent) Requires Min Qty Order. Call for details. Our Army Duck Canvas conform to Federal Specifications (CCC-C-419G)
Category: Army Duck
Contents: 100% Cotton
Testing: Fabric should be tested for your specific requirements prior to cutting as no claims are allowed on processed goods.
Washing Instructions:Remove loose dirt by shaking or brushing off the fabric. Use cool to lukewarm water mixed with a mild soap or Trek7 Active Wash to rub gently into the fabric, thoroughly soaking it. Rinse out very well and allow to air dry. Do not machine dry.
Ordering: Please make sure to order an adequate amount of fabric to finish your project. Dye lots can vary slightly and an exact match cannot be guaranteed if a follow up order is necessary in the future.
|Weave Construction:||Plainweave Canvas|
|Fabric Content:||100% Cotton|
|Shrinkage||3-5% (Marine Boat Shrunk)|
|Fabric Width (Inches):||60"|
|Weight ( per sq yd):||10.10oz **|
|Roll Size:||Maximum of 100 yards continuous|
|1 linear Yard = Aprox. 60"x 36" Orders of 1-9yards will be folded. Orders of 10+ yards will be sent on a Roll. NOT FIRE RETARDANT|
** Note: Each color is a representation of our stocked color standard and is subject to shade and weight variation. Bright or deep colors are subject to crocking and bleeding and should not be mixed with white or light colors in the same garment. No guarantees can be made regarding lightfastness or color transference during washing or cleaning. Fabric should be tested for your specific requirements prior to cutting as no claims are allowed on processed goods.