The velvet on the sanded surface is ground out
The velvet on the brushed surface is pulled out by the machine
Brushed is softer and warmer than brushed~
What is cotton yarn-dyed brushed?
The yarn is dyed first and then woven into fabric, so the printed fabric will be It is clearer than ordinary flat screen and rotary screen printing.
Is a post-processing procedure that passes the woven fabric through Brushing makes the cloth surface feel plush, soft, comfortable and warm to the touch.
Cotton yarn-dyed brushed:
It is a fabric with excellent warmth retention and comfort, made of pure Cotton fiber is used as raw material. After the yarn is dyed, the warp yarn is made of thick double-ply yarn, two plies, two upper and two lower twill weaving methods. The cotton fibers on the surface of the cotton yarn are rubbed out with steel needles to form a fine, soft layer. Covered with fine down, no texture is exposed, and the contact with the skin is more appropriate and natural, bringing an almost cashmere-like delicate feel.
How to wash and maintain?
Because “brushed” fabrics can easily cause velvet breakage and lint loss, the following matters need to be paid attention to during washing and maintenance:
Low temperature rubbing
After the fabric is polished, Some fiber strength is relatively fragile. At this time, the best washing method is gentle washing. The water temperature is suitable within 30 degrees. The washing method is fast washing. All high-temperature strong washing and long soaking may cause fiber damage to the brushed fabric. This leads to hair loss.
Clean on the reverse side and dry on the front
Most Brushing and shedding means that during washing, the fluff settled inside is not cleaned in time, resulting in more and more accumulated fluff. After putting on the quilt cover, the fluff is transferred to the gaps in the quilt. The best way is to wash the reverse side and the front side. Let dry.
Generally brushed After washing the product three times, the lint phenomenon will be reduced a lot, because the fibers that are more susceptible to lint will be cleaned after multiple washings, and the fluff left on the fabric is relatively strong, so multiple washings can also reduce lint.
The brushed product is passed The physical action of the originally smooth cotton yarn and the pulled out plush are more likely to cause velvet agglomeration in places that are often rubbed, such as feet, necks, pillowcases, etc. The principle is the same as that of cashmere pilling. If this occurs The knots can be shaved off with a shaver.