Top Gun® is the ultimate acrylic-coated fabric that provides unrivaled durability, as well as superior tear and abrasion resistance. Woven from 100% polyester, this 600 denier fabric utilizes a proprietary coating process on both the top and bottom, making it completely reversible. The specially formulated acrylic coating will not crack or peel, even in extreme heat and subzero temperatures. Top Gun is an exterior marine grade fabric, excellent for heavy marine and outdoor covers, biminis, T-tops, enclosures and dodgers. It can also be used as chafe reinforcement for highly abrasive areas.
Please Note: To avoid growth of mildew, do not fold and store this fabric while wet. After a thorough cleaning and drying, water repellency may be reduced. This can be improved through an application of AquaTite® Green.
Note: The term denier refers to the fiber thickness of individual threads or filaments used in the creation of textiles and fabrics. Fabrics with a high denier count tend to be thick, sturdy and durable.
Top Gun Navy Blue 62" Fabric (#120395) shown.
|Sale Unit:||Sold per linear yard|
|Fabric Content:||100% Polyester|
|Fabric Design:||Solid & Variegated|
|Popular Collection:||Top Gun|
|Weight:||11.5 ounces per square yard|
|Wear Rating:||1,000,000 Double Rubs (Cotton Test)|
|Care & Cleaning:||See Documents for Full Instructions|
|Special Features:||Easy to Clean, Highly Abrasion Resistant, Highly UV Resistant, Highly Water Resistant, Mold & Mildew Resistant|
|Tear Strength:||500+ lbf (warp), 388 lbf (fill)|
|Tensile Strength:||500+ lbf (warp), 388 lbf (fill)|
|Roll Size:||50 Yards|
|Marine:||Biminis & T-Tops, Boat Covers, Chafe Protection, Dodgers, Enclosures|
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Top gun Sand Fabric
I used this material to make a cover for a 70 HP Mercury O/B. Matched an existing frame and bimini on the boat. Made a liner of cannon towel to manage moisture. Came out great.
used as fabric for boat storage cover
I made a storage cover for my 21' boat with this fabric - in the "sand" color, which looks great on my boat. The fabric has nice texture and is supple, I hope it retains the suppleness over time. I would choose it over sunbrella for this type of cover that is in direct contact with gelcoat in places. It was difficult to determine if there is an "inside" and outside" of the fabric, so I did my best and if I do have some of the wrong side out, it's hard to tell. This fabric sews well, I wasn't able to use profilen thread, was skipping stitches, so reverted back to the Poly 92, which worked well. I'm hoping for good longevity with this fabric - we'll see. I did put two vents in my cover, as the fabric looks to be very waterproof, so the vents will help with airflow and allow the boat interior breathe.