Red Tablecloth Roll
I read the reviews before I bought this product, but I thought it was actually OK since our party was decorated all with paper products and it was targeted mainly for kids. It was what I was expecting. It looked good on the tables. I have no complaints.
December 14, 2010
Gets the job done
Not too thin - doesn't rip easily.
January 26, 2015
This was perfect for what we needed.
May 7, 2014
Not what i expected
This red looks more like hot pink when unfolded. I wasn't too pleased with the look it gave my wedding since colors were red,white,and silver. But I had no choice except use them. They are to thin.
February 18, 2014
I actually used this to decorate the ceiling around the table and it was a great price for the quality.
December 13, 2012
I was panicked at first because I didn't realize it was doubled over and thought I would have to lay it side by side on table but it is the standard width opened up. It does seem a bit thinner and it does take more time to open it up on the table but I'm ok with a crease and it is easier to store and carry.
August 14, 2012
The plastic is very good the only thing I don't like is if you buy 3 or more they are much cheaper but the 3 have to be all the same color....my grandson loves colorful parties and I use this to cover the walls of the garage..I think if they all cost the same price why not save money as long as you purchase 3 or more???
May 12, 2012
Won't be buying these anymore
These table cloth rolls are now being packaged differently. The plastic is folded in half, on a half-size roll. This new way of packaging completely negates the benefits of using this product. It used to be very quick and easy to roll out the table cloths onto the tables, and they looked nice, neat, and professional. Now, it's a tedious hassel to unfold the table cloths and they look terrible! Trying to unfold a length of staticy plastic is terribly frustrating. It takes forever, and it wrinkles the plastic so that it ends up looking very unprofessional and tacky. The plastic is also rolled so tightly onto the rolls that it is creased and wrinkled to begin with. These new rolls may be okay for small events or parties, but if you work with large events on a regular basis and use these table cloths frequently--be ready to fight with clingy, folded, wrinkled plastic!
March 2, 2011
Great Circus Tent...Horrible Tablecloth!
For my purpose, this tablecloth would get 4-5 stars...IF I had been planning to use them as tablecloths, I think I would have had to return them.
I left the roll doubled and used it to drape my dining room ceiling to create a circus tent. If not doubled, the wall color easily made the red look very muted.
The deeper you got into the roll the more pronounced any wrinkles in the plastic became. I chose the best (outer roll) pieces for behind the kids table were most of my pics would be taken! The last 20-40 feet of one roll would not have been usable at all, there was a large, ragged crease in the center of the plastic. Once unfolded, there would have been two of them plus the center fold crease.
February 8, 2011
I am using this to drape the ceiling at my wedding reception. The red is nice and does not look pink or orange under light. The only problem I have with it is when it comes it it folded in half, then on the roll, creating a crease down the middle.
January 23, 2011