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Item:183866470171About the "Wave" The pattern displayed in this listing is most likely familiar to some, as it is a swirl pattern design , which was one of Zenith's nicest in the 1930s. As a company , our desire has always been to bring you the best 1930s duplications. And though we have not always hit our mark when it comes to being exact, we have tried very hard. As we have continued to grow as a company over the last 8 years, we have rapidly learned a great deal in pattern duplication designs. Having said this, I cannot in good conscience, sell this fabric as a Zenith product duplication. The design weave is absolutely spot on, but the color is more of a reddish brown than the chocolate brown we tried for. Zenith did not sell this pattern in a red tone and until we perfect it, AND WE WILL.... I will sell this one as a generic. Due to the overall beauty of this run of cloth, we have decided there are many people who are not in the old radio field, who may like it for other applications. So rather than let an elegant fabric just sit, I have decided to list it as "The Wave" pattern. Thank you all for your support in the past and we look forward to serving you in the future. ANOTHER NOTE : we have upgraded the "Whiskey Rayon", and the "New Leaf" and they will be back among the listings in a few weeks. Thank you,Kenneth Richmond IIRichmond Designs Inc ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This listing is for (1) one 18" x 24", if you require another size feel free to email us and we will cut it any size. Payment is with Paypal Only Free Priority shipping in the continental US. Grille Cloth Installation Instructions First,...mist the cloth lightly with a water mist, ......spraying lightly , not heavy. You want the cloth to be damp during the application process. This allows the cloth to shrink as it dries stretching any wrinkles that may be left.. Next roll your pattern face in, just as I sent it to you,...then make sure your pattern is aligned straight with the edge of your board across the top ( or bottom), then roll it out and check the side for alignment. Do this before applying the spray adhesive. If you are not applying the cloth to a speaker board, but directly to the cabinet, you will obviously want to roll the cloth the opposite way. A speaker board is recommended. Then, using 3M Super 27 or 77 spray adhesive, apply it to the edge of the board and all around the outer edge about a one inch wide band on the face side.You do not want to spray glue all over the board. Leave the inner field area of the board clean, free of any adhesive.This leaves the cloth free to stretch as it dries. (You can also spray the glue on a piece of paper and use a brush for applying in tight places.)Let the glue dry for about 15 minutes. Do not spray adhesive anywhere on the cloth. On a clean area of your work space, roll the cloth from the bottom up to the top, rolling your face side inward. Start the application in one corner at the top checking your design to be straight across. Then roll it out top to bottom. Make sure your first edge at the top is straight and secure. Then as you stretch the cloth gently, watch your pattern design , keeping it straight , so not to over stretch the design. Tightening slightly , top to bottom,... then side to side. Once you have achieved the desired position, fold the outer excess cloth down over the glued edge of your board. Let the project sit about one hour, then after the cloth has completely dried you may finish the trimming the back edge., if needed. This site is the only place to buy authentic vintage radio grille cloth duplications, After many years of hard work and persistence, we finally found a weaver to work with us right here in the USA. From the first run off the looms to this date, we have managed to offer several authentic patterns. Our patterns were set up years ago and they are here to stay. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thank you for viewing,Richmond Designs IncCondition:New, Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
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Vintage Speaker Cloth, "The Wave", 18” x 24", "Important to read Description"