Introduction of microfiber
There are different definitions of microfibers. They are also called microfibers, fine denier fibers, and ultrafine fibers. The English name is microfiber. Generally, fibers with a fineness of 0.3 deniers (5 microns in diameter) or less are called ultrafine fibers. Foreign countries have produced ultra-fine filaments of 0.00009 deniers. If such a filament is pulled from the earth to the moon, its weight will not exceed 5 grams.
Introduction of pure cotton
Pure cotton fabric is a textile made of cotton as raw material, through the loom, the warp and weft yarns are interwoven vertically and horizontally. At present, according to the actual source of processed cotton, it is divided into the virgin cotton fabric and regenerated cotton fabric.
Introduction of bamboo fiber
Bamboo fiber is a cellulose fiber extracted from bamboo that grows naturally. The raw bamboo fiber has the characteristics of good air permeability, instant water absorption, strong abrasion resistance, and good dyeability. It has natural antibacterial, antibacterial, anti-mites, anti-odor, and anti-ultraviolet functions.
Introduction of polyester
Polyester is an important variety of synthetic fibers, and it is the trade name of polyester fiber in China. It is a fiber-forming polymer made from poly terephthalic acid (PTA) or dimethyl terephthalate (DMT) and ethylene glycol (MEG) through esterification or transesterification and polycondensation reactions– Polyethylene terephthalate (PET), a fiber made by spinning and post-processing.