Fine Netting Views
Baby clothing, curtains, wedding dresses, home accessories; fine lace adds a delicate elegance to any of these pieces and more, preserving the look of the fabric is as easy as keeping it pressed. Lace and similar fine netting should be stored flat, out of the sun, and protected from moths and other insects while not in use, often in storage the fabric can become wrinkled or take the shape of whatever it happened to be placed on. When I pulled out a lace table runner to use and found a very large crease across the middle of it I used a towel, an iron, and a little starch to restore its shape.
Tulle is a lightweight, very fine netting, which is often starched. It can be made of various fibres, including silk, nylon, and rayon. Tulle is most commonly used for veils, gowns (particularly wedding gowns), and ballet tutus. Tulle comes in a wide array of colors and it can also easily be dyed to suit the needs of the consumer. It is readily available from most fabric stores and through special order.
There are other applications for tulle netting. Finely woven tulle netting is excellent for insect control, for example. The tulle netting can be stretched over potentially vulnerable plants to keep insects out, and it can also be used to create an insect tent over a bed to protect sleepers. The starch keeps the tulle netting from collapsing, and the holes allow air to freely circulate through the material.
Insect Mesh is a high quality extruded HDPE plastic fine screening mesh, with a fine mesh structure offering effective protection from the smallest of insects and debris. The mesh provides excellent light transmission and allows good air-flow. The fine screening mesh is rigid, so that it can be installed in panels and used as insect netting in both temporary and permanent applications.