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Wholesale Polyester Canvas Fabric

Polyester canvas or Polycanvas is among the fabrics that are in high demand across the world. Companies that produce and sell the fabric at wholesale prices are located in countries like China, India, Bangladesh, and South Korea.  

What is Polyester Canvas Fabric? 

Polycanvas is a plain wave fabric characterized by a smooth and consistent texture. Since it is a plain weave, the material is made by knitting the warp and weft threads into a criss-cross structure. 

 

Polycanvas is made purely from synthetic fibers, specifically polyester fibers.

 

Polycanvas was introduced to eliminate threats to animals, which are killed to provide leather for use in the textile industry. 

 

That is why the fabric is designed to look and feel like canvas, which is one of the strongest and most durable materials. In doing so, Polycanvas offer a realistic alternative to leather.  

Types of Polyester Canvas Fabric 

There are two types of Polycanvas, which are plain and duck canvas. The only main difference between the two is that the threads of the duck type are woven more tightly than those of plain canvas. 

 

Therefore, duck canvas is arguably stronger and more durable than plain canvas. 

Uses of Polyester Canvas Fabric

One of the main reasons for introducing polyester canvas was to offer an alternative to leather material obtained from animals. 

 

That is why the fabric is suitable for making goods that require perseverance, similar to those made using leather. They include products in the following categories:

  • Upholstery coverings
  • Home furnishings 
  • Outdoor gears
  • Heavy-duty clothing
  • Bags 

Pros and Cons of Polyester Canvas Fabric 

Pros 

  • Flexible 
  • Waterproof 
  • Durable
  • Requires low maintenance 
  • Suitable for digital printing 
  • Cheaper when compared to cotton canvas

Cons 

  • Low breathability 
  • Wrinkles easily 
  • Vulnerable to temperature changes 
  • Prone to shrinking 
  • Likely to fade due to its poor ability to absorb ink