Use a Flannel Backed Tablecloth to Protect Table

I don't use my large dining room table very often, but when I do, I don't like for the heat from the plates to create those hard-to-remove white spots on my table. To prevent this, I decided to use a flannel backed vinyl tablecloth underneath my regular polyester/cotton tablecloth. Since the vinyl cloth was dark blue and my regular cloth was off-white, I simply flipped the vinyl tablecloth over so that the white flannel side faced up. It didn't show through my off-white tablecloth and it prevented the plates from making white spots on my table.

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December 13, 20070 found this helpful

You could probably make do with putting a few bath towels beneath a regular table-cloth too (esp. if it's a last minute job!).

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