What is polyester?

Polyester oxford fabric (fabric): The main production of flood control rain products The fabric warp using 200D nylon air change yarn, 160D nylon weft yarn is used as raw material. Department of plain weave structure, products made by water weaving. After the dyeing and finishing of the grey cloth and the coating process, it has the advantages of soft hand feeling, strong drapability, novel style, waterproof performance, and the like. Because of its excellent quality and novelty, it is loved by users. The cloth has a width of 150cm. It is understood that the fabrics are based on the market without being discolored or deformed. Listed colors are dark blue, light black, tiger yellow, dark green and other different types, and according to customer demand batch dyeing different colors.

What is the difference between canvas and Oxford cloth?

Oxford cloth is harder to wear than it is canvas.

Oxford cloth: also known as Oxford spinning, originally colored fabrics. Easy to wash and dry, feel soft, good moisture absorption, comfortable wear and so on. Oxford cloth multi-purpose polyester/cotton blended yarns are interlaced with cotton yarns, and wefts are used for weaving or weaving.

Canvas: It is a thick and thick fabric made of multi-strands weaving by warp and weft. It has the characteristics of compactness, firmness, firmness, and wear-resistance.

Polyester cotton blended fabric

Polyester and cotton refer to polyester-cotton blended fabrics, which are based 65%-67% polyester and 33%-35% cotton blended yarns are used for textiles, Polyester and cotton cloth commonly known as cotton Dacron.

The features of polyester cotton fabric:
It not only highlights the style of polyester but also the strength of cotton fabrics. It has good elasticity and wear resistance under dry and wet conditions. It is dimensionally stable and has a small shrinkage rate. It has the characteristics of being upright, not easily wrinkled, easy to wash, and quick-drying. Can not use high temperature ironing and boiling water soak.

Disadvantages of polyester cotton:
The polyester fiber of polyester/cotton belongs to the hydrophobic fiber. It has strong affinity for oil stains, and it is easy to absorb oil. In addition, it is easy to generate static electricity and absorb dust during the wearing process. It is difficult to wash, and it cannot be soaked in high temperature ironing and boiling water.

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