Floor cloth

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a heavy fabric, painted, varnished, or saturated, with waterproof material, for covering floors; oilcloth.

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There is a vast range of towel products like terry towels, warp pile fabric, dish cloth, wash cloth, floor cloth, bar mops, bathrobes, bath mats, dusters, kitchen towels etc.
Interestingly, his father's occupations were listed on his birth certificate as being a floor cloth painter and lamp-lighter.
A giant floor cloth in the shape of a circle is the island on which Shakespeare's enchanting tale takes place.
Whitewash wooden crate <PS35, floor cloth PS2, Glass storage jar with cork top PS6, Eddingtons dolly pegs PS2.
Floor cloth is far too big and flops about while you're trying to mop.
When the curtain opens, a table sits center stage on top of a white floor cloth.
After being shown an 18th-century floor cloth, Griff is prompted to travel to the poorer districts of what is the country's fastest-growing city.
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When the floor is dry, apply the oil with a floor cloth spreader or brush using full-flowing strokes in the direction of the grain.
The 58-year-old historical preservationist chanced upon fragments of a circa 1780 block printed floor cloth when consulting with Kenmore Plantation in Fredericksburg, Va.
Floor cloth is actually a bedspread the family bought on vacation in Istanbul.
If we are to believe these publications, a bedroom set will expire after a season, and this month's coveted painted-canvas floor cloth will have to be replaced in December by the newest in knotted-wool carpets.