How Should Nonwoven Fabrics Be Maintained?
1. Keep it clean and change the nonwoven fabric
frequently to prevent moths from breeding.
2. When storing in different seasons, it must be washed, ironed, and dried, then sealed in a plastic bag and placed flat in the wardrobe. Pay attention to shading to prevent fading. It should be ventilated frequently, dedusted and dehumidified, and nonwoven fabrics
should not be exposed to the sun. Anti-mildew and anti-moth tablets should be placed in the closet to prevent cashmere products from being damp, moldy and infested with insects.
3. When worn inside, the lining of the matching outerwear should be smooth, and hard objects such as pens, key cases, mobile phones, etc. should not be placed in the pockets to avoid local friction and pilling. Minimize friction with hard objects (such as sofa backs, armrests, table tops) and hooks when worn outside. Don't wear it for too long. Stop wearing or change it for about 5 days to restore the elasticity of the clothes to avoid fiber fatigue and damage.
4. If there is pilling, do not pull it forcibly. You must cut off the pompon with scissors, so as not to be irreparable due to off-line.
The Use Of Nonwoven Fabrics
are rich in color, bright and bright, fashionable and environmentally friendly, widely used, beautiful and generous, with various patterns and styles, and are light in weight, environmentally friendly, and recyclable. They are internationally recognized as environmentally friendly products that protect the earth's ecology. Suitable for agricultural film, shoemaking, tanning, mattresses, quilts, decoration, chemical industry, printing, automobiles, building materials, furniture and other industries, as well as clothing interlining, medical disposable surgical gowns, masks, caps, bed sheets, hotels Disposable tablecloths, beauty, sauna and even today's fashionable gift bags, boutique bags, shopping bags, advertising bags and so on. Environmentally friendly products, versatile and economical. Because of its pearl-like appearance, it is also called pearl canvas.
Classification Of Nonwoven Fabrics
The fibers used in the production of nonwoven fabrics
are mainly polypropylene (PP) and polyester (PET). In addition, there are nylon (PA), viscose fiber, acrylic fiber, polyethylene fiber (HDPE), and chlorine fiber (PVC). According to application requirements, non-woven fabrics are divided into two categories: disposable application type and durable type.