Although there are many kinds of textile fibers, they c […]
Although there are many kinds of textile fibers, they can be basically divided into natural fibers and chemical fibers.
First, natural fiber
1. Brief description: Natural fibers refer to textile fibers that are found in nature or obtained directly from artificially cultivated animals. Usually includes:
1) Plant fiber: A seed fiber: such as cotton B bast fiber: such as ramie, flax, jute, hemp, etc.
2) Animal fibers: A Hair fiber: wool, rabbit hair, cashmere, camel hair, yak B secretion fibers: such as mulberry silk, tussah silk, silk silk, cassava silk and so on. C Mineral fibers: such as asbestos.
A Strong hygroscopicity, comfortable to wear, easy to dye, easy to shrink.
B is alkali-resistant and acid-resistant. Mercerized cotton is treated with caustic soda.
C. Cotton fiber is relatively heat-resistant, but it is not suitable for long-time treatment above 100 degrees. For example, the ironing temperature is about 190 degrees. The best blowing of cotton fabrics when ironing is good for ironing.