Coated fabrics are produced by covering a polyester scrim with a plastisol layer sometimes using some sort of adhesive to make the bond stronger. Once the PVC layer is cured, the fabric becomes waterproof and has a very high resistance to dirt, chemicals, UV light and general abrasion. PVC coated textiles using plasticisers are available in a wide range of design and colours. Highly reflective pigments are enhancing flexible PVC membranes’ ability to reflect more sunlight, decreasing air conditioning costs while keeping the insulation cooler.