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PERFECT FIT - Our elastic edge design is made to fit for round table 60"Tablecloth - Fit for 52" Table.As our fitted table cloths have an inner elastic lining all the way around they don’t hang over the edge of the table. So, no more pulling, tugging or tripping or everything being blown over. We are a customized manufacturer. If you need different pictures and sizes, you can contact us. We will reply in 24 hours.
Material - Blend polyester fabric which is super soft, waterproof and wrinkle resistant.One piece seamless design and elegant hemmed edges make the circular table linens more durable.Good wrinkle resistance, heat resistance and durability to protect your table from damage and scratches.
Function - For tables in kitchen, dining room, restaurants, weddings, cafe, picnics, BBQ's, party, etc..
Easy clean - So easy to wipe off any spilled coffee, juice or wine on the reusable table clothes. The wipeable table cloth is also stain resistant,no matter the mess that graces this table cover, it comes out clean as new.
Beautiful Table Linens - This tablecloth is suitable for kitchens, family rooms, courtyards, weddings, parties, restaurants, catering and everyday use, Tablecloths will be a good decoration and quality of life for your home.
Size:60"Tablecloth - Fit for 52" Table
Please note: The size is the "tablecloth diameter", not the table diameter. Please measure the size of your table to ensure how many overhangs there are.
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The tablecloth diameter is 48inches / 120 cm (suitable for 40 inches table)
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The diameter of the tablecloth is 56inches / 140 cm (suitable for tables 48 inches)
The diameter of the tablecloth is 60inches / 153 cm (suitable for tables 52 inches)
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Due to manual measurement, please allow a difference of 1-3mm.
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