Skadudoek from Printed Shadenet Solutions

By: Printed Shadenet Solutions  10-14-2009
Keywords: shadeports, Shade Cloth, Shadecloth

We had a meeting of the propellerheads of the skadudoek industry and although my Afrikaans is baie sleg (al het ek jare gelede my graad gekry op Stellenbosch) one of our team said that shadenet (or as overseas people call it shade cloth) is called "skadudoek" in some corners of South Africa.  So I thought well, why not put the word "skadudoek" out to the big wide world and teach those clever American Google people a thing or two about skadudoek.

Skadudoek, as you probably know is the most versatile knitted fabric for outdoors here in Africa.  Nothing lasts - try PVC, polyflag, polytwirl, poly whatever . . all of them struggle to last more than 2 years, particularly if printed and let the Cape Doctor get hold of any of them and it will be shredded in no time.

But not "Skadudoek"!  It will last you up to 8 years (and some "boere" will tell you its been up for more than ten years along their fences.  Now this is a lekker material to work with skadudoek.  It is knitted, so it is flexible, it is lockstitched so it doesn't tear, it comes in different colours, different heights and if you are lucky you can get eyelets along the edges (like buttonholes) so it is easy-peasy to put up.

Printed Shadenet Solutions has been manufacturing and supplying skadudoek (or would you like to call it shadenet or shade cloth) for many years and the founders have been in the industry for over 20 years with this fantastic product. 

So if you need any advice or want to know what shapes, sizes and colours of skadudoek are now available, and what they cost, then give us an email or a call with your requirements. 

Ons kan nie lekker die taal praat nie, maar ons sal probeer.   Jy kan maar skadudoek praat en ons sal sommer shadenet taal praat, en ons sal lekker oor die weg kom.  Groete!

Keywords: printing shadecloth, printing shadenet, Shade Cloth, Shadecloth, shadeports,

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