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  • How to prevent fabric color transfer, bleeding, and fading?

    A common myth circulating on the internet is that washing the product in vinegar or salt “fixes” the color and prevents it from fading. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Vinegar helps set some acid dyes, but only during the dyeing process, not with cotton dyes. Similarly, salt is ...
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  • Top 3 best-selling fabric of 2022

    No.3: Shapewear fabric- item HS8515 The ergonomic three-dimensional cut of the shapewear is more in line with the structural characteristics of the human body. It could adjust the distribution of body fat and shape beautiful curves, the effect is extremely obvious for breast enlargement, abdomen...
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  • What is Midori ® BioWick?

    100% biological carbon wicking treatment made from microalgae. It keeps cool and dry by absorbing unwanted moisture and helping it evaporate from the fabric. Industry problems At present, many moisture-wicking treatments on the market are based on fossil fuels and have a very high chemical carbo...
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  • What is UPF?

    What is UPF?

    UPF stands for UV protection factor. The UPF indicates the amount of ultraviolet radiation that a fabric lets through to the skin.   What does the UPF rating mean? First of all, you should know that UPF is for fabric and SPF is for sunscreen. We award an Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) r...
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  • What is spandex? What are the advantages?

    When producing spandex, special attention should be paid to the winding tension, the number of counts on the cylinder, the breaking strength, the breaking elongation, the forming degree, the oil adhesion amount, the elastic recovery rate, etc. These problems directly affect the weaving, especial...
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  • What is false twist texturing machine?

    False twist texturing machine mainly processes polyester partially oriented yarn (POY) into false-twist draw texturing yarn (DTY). The principle of false twist texturing: POY produced by spinning cannot be directly used for weaving. It can only be used after post-processing. The false twist text...
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  • What is antimicrobial fabric?

    During 21th century, recent health concerns related to the global pandemic have generated a renewed interest in how technology is helping us stay safe. An example is antimicrobial fabrics and their potential to prevent disease or exposure to bacteria and viruses. The medical environment is one o...
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  • Yarn, piece or solution dyed fabric?

    Yarn dyed fabric What is yarn dyed fabric? Yarn dyed fabric is dyed before it is knitted or woven into fabric. The raw yarn is dyed, then knitted and finally set. Why choose yarn dyed fabric? 1, It can be used to make a fabric with a multi-coloured pattern. When you work with yarn dye, you can m...
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  • The best quick-dry fabric for travel

    Clothing that can dry quickly is essential for your travel wardrobe. Drying time is just as important as durability, re-wearability and odor resistance when you’re living out of your backpack.   What is Quick-Dry Fabric? Most quick-dry fabric is made from nylon, polyester, merino wool, or a...
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  • What is ombre printing?

    Ombre is a stripe or pattern with gradual shading and blending from one color to another. In fact, the word ombre itself comes from French and means shading. A designer or artist can create an ombre using most textile techniques, including knitting, weaving, printing, and dyeing. In the early 18...
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  • What is staple yarn and filament yarn?

    What is staple yarn? Staple yarn is yarn that consists of staple fibres. These are small fibres that can be measured in cm or inches. With the exception of silk, all natural fibres (such as wool, linen and cotton) are staple fibres. You can also get synthetic staple fibres. Synthetic fibres such ...
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  • What is melange fabric?

    Melange fabric is a fabric which is made with more than one color, either by using different colored fibers or making with different fibers which are then individually dyed. For example, when mixing black and white fibers, it results in a gray-colored melange fabric. If the fabric is to be dyed ...
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