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20 Foot Tall Premier Pro Drape
238 inches tall x 58 to 60 inches wide

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Depth of Swag (in feet; usually between 3-5 feet)
*This is how far each swag will swoop down toward the floor before going back up toward the ceiling

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Total Length of the Room Being Swagged (in feet)

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20 Foot Tall Premier Pro Drape

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List Price: $59.62
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  • Premier Pro is a super soft draping material with a slight stretch that allows it to hang beautifully on your pipe and drape backdrop.

  • Available in Black on our website, but other colors may be available with a minimum quantity. Please contact us for information.

  • This lighter weight material has a flat, more matte finish.

  • Our Premier Pro drape is Durably Flame Retardant (DFR), and when lab tested after 10 laundering cycles it continued to pass the NFPA-701, 2019 Edition fire code.

  • Each drape measures 238 inches tall x 58 to 60 inches wide. Material will not fray, so edges are not serged or hemmed.

  • The drape is sewn 2 inches shorter than 20 feet tall to avoid pooling on the floor when used at a 20 foot height. Custom heights are available upon request.

  • Drape is not pre-pleated; it is sewn flat and can be gathered by hand on a support rod (crossbar).

  • 4 inch rod pocket is sewn into the top and bottom.

  • 100% Polyester. Machine washable and dryer safe - see Laundering tab for details.

  • Quantity 1 = 1 drape. We recommend a minimum of three drapes per 10 foot wide span (for approx. 50% fullness).

  • Approximately 70% - 80% opaque (light blocking). This opacity percentage is an estimate only, and for normal / standard lighting situations. A variety of factors can affect the opacity of a fabric, including where it is being used (near a wall vs. dividing the middle of a room), light sources (such as hanging in front of a window with sunlight shining in, etc.), and the amount of fullness in the material (the amount of "bunching").

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