Characteristics of flocked colored leather. The advent of flocked colored leather not only greatly supplements and develops the varieties and colors of leather fabrics, but also overcomes the problems of the original leather being neither thick nor bright, losing color and not being able to be dyed. Disadvantages such as changing in a timely manner as market trends change.
Colored suede leather is made by “planting” (after electrostatic treatment) a layer of nylon (that is, a fiber cut into pieces) on the basis of the original finished leather. The nylon fluff The length is 0.1~3mm. A special glue is used to form a strong network structure between the nylon and the leather through a cross-linking chemical reaction, and the nylon is “permanently” “planted” on the leather surface, making the velvet The villi density of top leather is more than 20 villi per square millimeter.
The main products of this product are daily necessities such as clothing, gloves, bags, shoes and hats, sofas, and car seat cushions.
The characteristics of flocked colored leather are:
① It combines the rich color of chemical fiber fabrics and the biological characteristics of leather Performance in one. Compared with the colorful chemical fiber fabrics, it can easily achieve the various colors dyed by chemical fiber fabrics, and its tones are far softer, more three-dimensional and layered than the colors of chemical fiber fabrics, which cannot be achieved by any chemical fiber fabrics. Only leather has various biological properties unique to leather;
② Due to the special electrostatic treatment, confusion caused by the accumulation of static charges is avoided, which broadens the application range of leather, especially It is used to make car lining materials, which not only has a luxurious and elegant tone and the essence of genuine leather, but also solves the long-standing problem of static charge accumulation that can easily lead to accidents;
③Flocking velvet The surface dry rubbing fastness is strong, up to 10,000 times (refer to gb/t13775), and the wet fastness is greater than 150℃;
④The tensile strength of the finished leather is greater than 1 kg/square millimeter (refer to sg334-83) ;
⑤ In addition to the unique properties of leather such as breathability, softness, and plumpness, it also has unique properties such as resistance to washing, easy cleaning, moisture isolation, noise isolation, and flame retardancy. The disadvantage of this new product is that the leather is “planted” with velvet and then made into leather products, giving consumers the illusion that the product is nylon or artificial leather that was popular in the 1960s and 1970s.