The difference between polyester cotton fabric and pure cotton fr fabric?
cotton fr fabric refers to fabrics made from cotton as raw materials. Pure cotton fr fabric has good hygroscopicity and breathability; the surface gloss is soft; the hand feels soft but not smooth; the cloth surface of pure cotton fr fabric has fine impurities such as cottonseed; it is easy to wrinkle, and it will be released after being grasped by hand. It is obviously wrinkled and difficult to recover. It should be said that the character of pure cotton fr fabric is easy-going. No matter whether it is cut or sewn, it will not make you difficult. Especially in the production of patchwork, pure cotton fr fabric and pure cotton cloth, cotton fr fabric and cotton on the back can be perfectly integrated, making the cotton fireproof fabric for welding look natural.
Cotton fr fabric can be divided into:
Plain weave: The surface is flat, and the warp and weft yarns are interwoven once every other yarn. The plain weave can be divided into a thick flat cloth, a medium flat fabric and a fine flat fabric depending on the thickness of the warp and weft yarns used.
Twill: The warp and weft are interlaced on the top or bottom of the fabric, creating a distinct 45°diagonal texture on the front of the fabric. In the case of the same count yarn, the twill is thicker than the plain cloth.
Satin fabric: Satin cloth is rarely seen on the market of cotton. It is common that some silk fabrics (such as silk quilt, Tang attire fabric, etc.) have only one kind of warp and weft in the structure. Surface and cover another uniform tissue point that is evenly distributed.
Pure cotton fr fabric can be divided into plain cloth, bleached cloth, yarn-dyed cloth and printed cloth according to color.
Plain cloth: Plain cloth refers to a cloth that is dyed in a single color without a pattern.
Bleached cloth: A bleached cloth of a primary color fabric.
Printed cloth: After printing, the printed cloth has a clear front and clear pattern, and the reverse pattern is dull.
Yarn-dyed fabric: Japan is called the first dyed fabric. Most of the fabrics are dyed after being woven into fabrics, and the yarn-dyed fabrics are dyed and then woven. Most of the plaid and striped fabrics we often see are yarn-dyed fabrics. In fact, denim is also a yarn-dyed fabric, usually made of eucalyptus-dyed warp yarns and natural-colored weft yarns. There are many members of the cotton fabric family, such as canvas, denim, corduroy, velveteen, etc...
Polyester and cotton, commonly known as "good", is a fabric woven from 65% to 67% polyester and 33% to 35% cotton blended yarn. The polyester cotton fabric is brighter than pure cotton fabric, the cloth surface is flat, clean and free of yarn ends or impurities. It feels smooth and crisp, and its elasticity is better than that of pure cotton. After the hand is squeezed, the fabric is loosened, the crease is not obvious, and it is easy to return to its original state.
Polyester/cotton fabric is a product developed in China in the early 1960s. In the era of lack of materials and lack of color, polyester-cotton fabric is popular for its bright, crisp, and wear-resistant properties. In today's focus on nature, environmental protection and health, polyester-cotton fabrics are left out due to shortcomings such as static electricity, moisture absorption, poor gas permeability and poor degradation. In addition to polyester cotton, there is also a kind of cotton polyester. The difference between the two is that polyester cotton is high in polyester, while cotton polyester is high in cotton, above 60%.
Nowadays, many merchants call pure cotton and Polyester/cotton fabric are same, because the two are really similar, and the polyester cotton is bright and the fiber structure is firmer and finer. Therefore, everyone must learn how to identify, so as not to be fooled. Visually, the color of polyester/cotton cloth is brighter than that of pure cotton cloth; if it is printed cloth, the contrast of color density of the front and back of cotton cloth will be larger, and the polyester cotton fabric will be more contrasted. The front and back colors are closer. On the hand, the cotton fr fabric is soft but not smooth, and the polyester cotton fabric feels slippery when touched.