• The difference between chenille carpet and fine fiber chenille

    The difference between chenille carpet and fine fiber chenille

    Chenille carpet is a kind of woven carpet. Its raw material is cotton. It feels soft and looks like corduroy. Because the materials are available, the manufacturing is simple, the quotation is also relatively affordable, and the color is quite large, but it is not very resistant to dirt. The picture... read more

    May 25,2021 Media
  • The difference between flannel and coral fleece

    The difference between flannel and coral fleece

    In terms of the characteristics of the fabric and the warmth retention effect, both flannel and coral fleece fabrics, with soft fluff on the surface, have a comfortable wearing feeling and good warmth retention effect. But from the point of view of the manufacturing process, these two fabrics are co... read more

    May 25,2021 Media
  • What factors affect the softness and smoothness of flannel fabrics?

    What factors affect the softness and smoothness of flannel fabrics?

    Nowadays, the quality of flannel fabrics in the flannel fabric market is very different. When some clothing factories are choosing fabrics, most of them only pay attention to the price difference, not too much attention to the difference in fabric quality. Good flannel fabrics are thick, smooth and ... read more

    May 25,2021 Media
  • Classification of sofa fabrics

    Classification of sofa fabrics

    The classification of sofa fabrics is based on different ingredients: it can be divided into polyester, cotton, linen and so on. Take polyester fabrics as an example, it can also be divided into: suede, super soft velvet, corduroy, chenille, etc. Classified according to the composition of raw materi... read more

    May 25,2021 Media
  • Main commodity varieties of warp knitted fabrics

    Main commodity varieties of warp knitted fabrics

    Warp knitted fabrics often use polyester, nylon, polypropylene and other synthetic filaments as raw materials, but also use cotton, wool, silk, linen, chemical fibers and their blended yarns as raw materials. Ordinary warp knitted fabrics are often woven with chain weave, warp flat weave, warp satin... read more

    May 25,2021 Media