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  • What is polyester fiber?

    What is polyester fiber?

    Nowadays, polyester fibers account for a large part of the clothing fabrics that people wear. In addition, there are acrylic fibers, nylon fibers, spandex, etc. Polyester fiber, commonly known as “polyester”, which was invented in 1941, is the largest variety of synthetic fibers. The ...
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  • Yarn count and density of fabric

    Yarn count Generally speaking, yarn count is a unit used to measure yarn thickness. The common yarn counts are 30, 40, 60, etc. The larger the number is, the thinner the yarn is, the smoother the texture of wool is, and the higher the grade is. However, there is no inevitable relationship between...
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  • Characteristics and properties of nylon

    Characteristics and properties of nylon

    Properties of nylon Strong, good wear resistance, home has the first fiber. Its abrasion resistance is 10 times that of cotton fiber, 10 times that of dry viscose fiber and 140 times that of wet fiber. Therefore, its durability is excellent. Nylon fabric has excellent elasticity and elastic recov...
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  • Characteristics and properties of nylon fabric

    Characteristics and properties of nylon fabric

    Nylon fiber fabrics can be divided into three categories: pure, blended and interwoven fabrics, each of which contains many varieties. Nylon pure spinning fabric Various fabrics made of nylon silk, such as nylon taffeta, nylon crepe, etc. It is woven with nylon filament, so it is smooth, firm and...
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  • Fabric Type

    Fabric Type

    Polyester Peach Skin Peach skin pile is a kind of pile fabric whose surface feels and looks like peach skin. This is a kind of light sanding pile fabric made of superfine synthetic fiber. The surface of the fabric is covered with a peculiar short and delicate fine fluff. It has the functions of m...
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  • Textile fabric coating

    Textile fabric coating

    Foreword:Textile coating finishing agent, also known as coating glue, is a kind of polymer compound evenly coated on the surface of fabric. It forms one or more layers of film on the surface of the fabric through adhesion, which can not only improve the appearance and st...
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  • Fabric knowledge

    Cotton fabrics 1.Pure cotton: Skin-friendly and comfortable, absorbing sweat and breathable, soft and not stuffy 2.Polyester-cotton: Polyester and cotton blended, softer than pure cotton, not easy to fold, but love pilling permeability and sweat absorption is not as good as pure cotton 3.Lycra c...
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  • The difference between knitted cotton and pure cotton

    What is knitted cotton There are also many categories of knitted cotton. In the market, the general knitted clothing fabric is divided into two kinds according to the way of production. One is called meridian deviation and the other is called zonal deviation. In terms of fabric, it is woven by m...
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  • Fabric knowledge: wind and UV resistance of nylon fabric

    Fabric knowledge: wind and UV resistance of nylon fabric Nylon Fabric Nylon fabric is composed of nylon fiber, which has excellent strength, wear resistance and other properties, and the moisture regain is between 4.5% – 7%. The fabric woven from nylon fabric has a soft feel, light texture,...
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  • Reasons for yellowing of nylon fabric

    Yellowing, also known as “yellowing”, refers to the phenomenon that the surface of white or light colored substances turns yellow under the action of external conditions such as light, heat and chemicals. When white and dyed textiles turn yellow, their appearance will be damaged and t...
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  • the difference between viscose, modal and Lyocell

    the difference between viscose, modal and Lyocell

    In recent years, regenerated cellulose fibers (such as viscose, modal, Tencel and other fibers) have been emerging continuously, which not only meet people's needs in a timely manner, but also partially alleviate the problems of resource scarcity and natural environment ...
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  • France plans to force all clothing on sale to have a “climate label” from next year

    France plans to force all clothing on sale to have a “climate label” from next year

    France plans to implement the “climate label” next year, that is, every garment sold needs to have a “label that details its impact on the climate”. It is expected that other EU countries will introduce similar regulations before 2026. This means that brands have to deal w...
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