Those fabric classifications you don't know
Summary:1. Natural fibersNatural fibers refer to textile fibers that exist in nature or are directly obtaine...
1. Natural fibers
Natural fibers refer to textile fibers that exist in nature or are directly obtained from artificially cultivated animals. Natural fibers can be divided in nature, including cotton (cotton fibers have strong hygroscopicity and are comfortable to wear. They are washable, but are relatively easy to shrink and wrinkle, and are suitable for all kinds of clothing and bedding in four seasons), hemp (strong hygroscopicity, The heat resistance is also very good, and the strength is higher than that of the surface, but the hemp fiber is hard, weak, and easy to wrinkle.), wool, silk, etc.
2. Chemical fiber
Chemical fibers refer to textile fibers produced by certain methods using natural or synthetic polymers as raw materials.
As a clothing material, it mainly has seven major fabrics: polyester (really good), nylon (nylon, nylon, Kaplon), acrylic (oren, cashmere, axlon), vinylon (vinylon, yarn, cola) fiber), viscose, acetate, spandex.
They have common characteristics, see the following:
1. The hygroscopicity is generally lower than that of natural fibers, and it is easy to be electrostatically charged after friction, and it is easy to absorb dust.
2. Most chemical fibers have high strength and good elasticity, but they are prone to pilling after wearing for a long time.
3. The ironing temperature is lower than that of natural fibers. When burning, it generally softens and shrinks first, and some can melt, producing dripping and drawing, and producing peculiar smell.
4. Good heat-setting properties, because of their low hygroscopicity, they can remain the same after washing.
3. Man-made fibers
Man-made fibers refer to fibers that are made of natural high polymers (such as wood, bagasse or animal fibers, etc.) and are processed and spun to a certain extent.
4. Synthetic fibers
Synthetic fiber is made of petroleum, coal, natural gas and some agricultural and sideline products as raw materials, and is made of synthetic polymer macrospinning.