Tan Grill Cloth
All cloth products are sold by the square yard = 36″x36″ or 3 feet x 3 feet. You will receive your order in one roll, if you order 3 yards, you will receive material 36″x 108″ (3 feet wide x 9 feet long). All quantities will ship in one piece. Please note that these materials are cut to order and cannot be returned.
How much grill cloth will I need?
For renewing, restoring, customizing your amplifier/speaker cabinet. Will fit on most 4×12 and 4×10 amps and cabinets, but always measure first to make sure! Allow at least an extra 4 inches in total length and width beyond the size of your grill. *Cloth is made of synthetic material. Hence, it is more stain and tear resistant than natural cloth. *Actual shades may vary. All device screens and monitors are not the same. Fabric may look slightly different due to monitor/screen inconsistencies.
Measure the area you want to cover with your grill material and add 4 inches to each side. For example, our BuzzBomb grill is 26″x16″, so when we shear the cloth for assembly, we cut a piece that is 30″x20″. This is crucial for getting the cloth on with room to pull it taught and make sure your lines are straight.
What is the best way to attach the grill cloth to my baffle or frame?
At EarCandy, we fire 6mm staples from a Bostich stapler into our grill frames.
Is there any tips or secrets to getting the cloth on right?
- Actual shades may vary depending on the color of the panel behind the cloth.
- Have plenty of light to line up your cloth pattern lines with your grill frame edges.
- Make sure your grill frame is square by checking your diagonals***
- Start on the short end of your frame and staple that end down.
- Go to the opposite end and massage the cloth over the edges so it starts to take on the correct shape.
- Once you have the cloth trained to curl around the edge, pull it taught.
- Be sure horizontal lines in the cloth pattern are perfectly parallel with the horizontal edges of your grill frame.
- Staple the opposite end down.
- Repeat the same process for the horizontal attachment.
*** Measuring diagonals is simply measuring from corner to corner, diagonally (upper left to lower right – upper right to lower left). Those 2 distances must be identical, or your frame is out of square and could cause problems when trying to make your cloth lines all square and parallel.