Dralon


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Dralon

(ˈdreɪlɒn)
n
(Textiles) trademark an acrylic fibre fabric used esp for upholstery
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Dralon

® [ˈdreɪlɒn] NDralón ® m
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Beachill is also ergonomic and made with the best outdoor fabric in the world -- dralon acrylic, which is waterproof, sunprroof and anti-bacterial.
Further renowned partners from the European fiber industry who acted as sponsors include: Advansa GmbH (D), Glanzstoff Industries GmbH (A), Dralon GmbH (D), IFG Asota GmbH (A) and Fisipe (P).
From flares to fur coats, Walkmans to Dralon threepiece suites, the brand ensured it showcased all the latest in retail.
Taking Steps is from the playwright's '79 vintage, and designer Mark Bailey's set summons up the worst lapses of that decade's taste in decor, with orange lamps, flowery bedspreads and Dralon Chesterfields all wickedly observed.
Celebrity fan Lauren Laverne's favourite purchase is a brown Dralon egg chair, while Jayne Middlemiss opted for a mint green 30s dress.
DRALON suites are hard-wearing and deservedly popular but do crease with use, so turn cushions regularly to ease this effect.
Dralon GmbH and Kelheim Fibres GmbH have formed a letter of intent for a 50/50 joint venture in spundyed and technical acrylic fibers.
After all that could probably do with a nice quiet week in a twee stone cottage called something like Dunroamin', with brown Dralon sofas, a country kitchen, and a big sign saying 'No dogs'.
It has carpets, Dralon upholstery, a TV and gas central heating.
And to think, I never stopped to ask myself why I ended up going home with the barmaid while he went home and fell asleep on a brown Dralon couch with kebab matter on his face and Hitman And Her on in the background.
Goldie Hawn appears to be wearing a toga made from a pair of Dralon curtains when she arrives for the wedding of Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas.