Basic overview of quality full needle Sweaters maintenance
Quality full needle Sweaters can be divided into two categories: cotton knitted sweaters and wool knitted sweaters. Wool knitted sweaters are commonly known as "sweaters or sweaters", including wool-like or wool blended knitted sweaters. Knitwear refers to clothing woven using knitting equipment. A sweater is a kind of knitted sweater. In addition to woolen yarn, the raw materials of knitted sweaters include cotton thread and various chemical fiber threads. The processing methods of cotton knitted sweaters and wool knitted sweaters are also different. Cotton knitted sweaters have cutting and sewing processes, but wool knitted sweaters do not have these two processes. Knitted sweaters between the pieces of clothing are knitted into the category of knitted sweaters. The sweaters are named after the material of the garment. Fabric weave structure: The fabric with a loose weave structure is easier to fuzz and pilling than a tightly structured fabric.
Quality full needle Sweaters high gauge fabrics are generally tighter, so low gauge fabrics are easier to fuzz and pilling than high gauge fabrics. The fabric with a flat surface is not easy to fuzz and pilling, and the fabric with an uneven surface is easy to fuzz and pilling. Therefore, the pilling resistance of fat floral fabrics, ordinary floral fabrics, rib fabrics, and plain knitted fabrics is gradually increasing.
Dyeing and finishing process: After dyeing and finishing the quality full needle Sweaters yarn or fabric, the pilling resistance will have a greater impact. This is related to the dyes, auxiliaries, and dyeing and finishing process conditions, and the yarns dyed with hank are compared Yarns dyed with loose hair or tops are easy to pilling; fabrics dyed with shirts are easier to pilling than fabrics woven with yarn dyeing; after the fabric is shaped, especially after resin finishing, its anti-pilling performance will be greater Enhanced.
Scale is a main feature of quality full needle Sweaters. It gives the wool fiber a milling property, so the essence of shrink-proof finishing is to treat the scales to weaken or lose the directional friction effect. It is mainly to use chemicals to interact with the scales to damage and soften the scales; or to use the resin to evenly diffuse on the fiber surface to form a film. This effectively limits the effect of the scales, makes the quality full needle Sweaters lose their shrinkage, and achieves the purpose of shrinking prevention.
Quality full needle Sweaters viscose silk fabric (human silk): The silk surface is bright but not soft, bright in color, smooth in the hand, soft and strong in drape, but not as light and elegant as real silk. After pinching the silk surface, loosen it, there are creases, and the recovery is slow. Hoarse voice when tearing. The warp and weft yarns are easily broken when they get wet. Pure cotton cloth: The cloth surface has soft luster, soft hand feeling, poor elasticity, and easy to wrinkle. After squeezing the fabric tightly and loosening it, you can see obvious creases, and the creases are not easy to restore to their original shape. Pull out several warp and weft yarns from the edge of the cloth and twist them to see that the fiber lengths are different.