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Flax fibers have important uses in the textile industry. Compared with cotton and wool, flax fiber is inadequate in softness and elasticity, but its strength is high, and its strength is second only to ramie in bast crops. With special weaving techniques, flax fibers can be spun into high-count yarns and woven into delicate fabrics. In Ireland, Scotland, France and Belgium, flax weaving has a long history, and flax weaving techniques have gained greater growth in these regions. Woollen fiber can be used to make towels, mats, string, canvas, backpacks, money printing paper, etc.
Observation performance: Flax can adjust the meridian system and internal excretion system of people, thereby having a calming effect on the central nervous system; when flax is used as bedding, the effect of heat dissipation is better than that of cotton products, and people not only fall asleep easily, but also snorting when sleeping. Sweet, good for beauty and health. Not only that, because the fiber of flax is hollow and rich in oxygen, so that anaerobic bacteria cannot be stored, it has excellent antibacterial properties and is a health care fabric. Flax also does not generate static electricity due to the balance of positive and negative charges, and has no dust absorption. The hygienic performance is also popular. Because of the many advantages of flax, coupled with the elegant return to the big natural color, it has become a recognized environmentally friendly product.
Linen products have always been the favorite of Fanbo consumers. Especially in some wealthy countries, flax products are high-end products, a symbol of fashion and status, and are favored by generous consumers for their natural and green characteristics. With the inexhaustible progress of the people's career in our country, people are becoming more and more partial to the peculiar views brought by linen.