A flower-colored structure of a terry-pointed fabric characterized by braiding a coil with one yarn and braiding the loop with another yarn. There are two kinds of weft-knitted terry and warp-knitted tweezers, among which are single-faced terry and double-faced terry. The single-face weft-knitted terry tissue is generally organized by a flat needle tissue, and the loop is composed of an elongated sedimentation arc segment. In the double-sided weft-knitted loop structure, the two sets of looped yarns are respectively formed on both sides of the fabric by elongated slump arcs. The warp-knitted loop structure forms a loop by using an elongated stretched line segment, and a loop can be formed on one or both sides of the fabric by a partial weft line segment or a coil drop-off manner. The knitted fabric composed of the terry tissue is soft, thick, and has good hygroscopicity and warmth retention. The loops are distributed on the surface of the fabric according to a certain regular pattern, and the knitted fabrics can be obtained by shearing and other finishing. Knitted fabrics are widely used in inner and outer garments and household fabrics.
- Strong hygroscopicity and large shrinkage rate, about 4~10%
- Alkali resistance and acid resistance. Terry cotton is extremely unstable to inorganic acids, even if it is very dilute sulfuric acid, it will be destroyed, but the organic acid is weak and hardly destructive. Terry cotton is more resistant to alkali. Generally, the dilute alkali does not affect the terry cotton at normal temperature, but the strength of the terry cotton will decrease under the action of a strong alkali. The “silked” terry cotton can be obtained by treating the terry cotton with 20% caustic soda.
- Light resistance and heat resistance are general. In the sun and the atmosphere, the cotton will be slowly oxidized, causing the strength to drop. The long-term high-temperature action will damage the terry cotton, but it withstands a short period of high-temperature treatment at 125~150 °C.
- Microorganisms have a destructive effect on cotton fabrics and are not resistant to mold.
- Hygiene: Cotton fiber is a natural fiber, its main component is cellulose, and a small amount of waxy substance and nitrogen and pectin. The cotton fabric has been inspected and practiced in many aspects. The fabric is in contact with the skin without any stimulation and has no negative effect. It is beneficial to the human body for a long time and has good sanitary performance.
1. Follow the instructions on the label.
2. Choose a mild detergent.
Avoid pouring the detergent directly onto the towel. Otherwise, the detergent residue will leave the towel discolored. Minimize the use of chlorine bleach.
3. Avoid excessive temperature of water when washing.
Dark towels and light towels are washed separately. Do not wash the towel with clothing that contains a zipper, hook or button to avoid damaging the towel coil. Do not wash the towel together with the garment. The terry fabric will wrap the garment with light and soft fabric, and the fine line that falls off the towel will stick to the garment and affect the appearance of the garment.