It’s often recommended to dry clean PVC polyester, but it can be washed with cool or warm water and a mild cleaning agent. Do not machine wash PVC polyester. Use a spray bottle or non-abrasive tool like a sponge or cloth to apply the cleaning solution. If this isn’t enough to clean the fabric, you can gently clean it with a soft-hair brush. Allow the cleaning solution to remain on the fabric for a few minutes, then wipe it dry with a dry cloth or sponge. Avoid using strong cleaning solvents like acetone, ethers, gasoline, kerosene, and benzene. Strong oxidants and strongly acidic products should also be avoided.
This fabric should not be ironed as the heat could cause the coating to melt. Instead, try pressing the seam with your fingers. It may help to use a Teflon presser foot to avoid the fabric from sticking. You can also use matte tape on the bottom of your normal presser foot. The poly-vinyl coating prevents the fabric from fraying, so you don’t have to finish the edges.