[Northkeep] Duck cloth and trigger

Morgan Blackdragon blackdragonmorgan at gmail.com
Wed Jan 31 11:34:09 PST 2007

So I won't worry too much between trigger and duck/canvas. Thank you
to Mercedes and Talana.

Smacks to Tega!


On 1/31/07, Jennifer Carlson <talana1 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Morgan asked:
> >Is there much difference between trigger and duck/canvas? I know they
> >are both heavier weight fabrics but is there any thing that makes one
> >better than the other?
> Mercedes mentioned that duck cloth will fade more quickly, due to the cotton
> content.  Trigger, with a high synthetic content, will eventually break down
> under UV conditions.  Don't panic - I'm talking about leaving it in the
> window for an entire Oklahoma summer intensity of UV exposure.  It will hang
> onto its color better over time, as a rule.  Both are seriously durable
> fabrics so long as you give them the care they need - which isn't much.
> In servicio,
> Talana
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