Knowledge of non-woven environmental protection daily necessities

Update:27 Apr 2020
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Non-woven daily necessities: made of non-woven fabric. […]

Non-woven daily necessities: made of non-woven fabric. The non-woven fabric is a breathable, non-toxic, flexible, durable and self-dissolving fabric. Because it can degrade itself, it is in line with current environmental awareness. In the consumer market, non-woven daily necessities have gradually been adopted by the public. Non-woven fabrics have a wide range of uses. The design is printed with various colors of printed patterns, as well as advertising effects; both economical and practical. Customers can design styles, sizes and logos by themselves. The company has non-woven fabrics of different colors and thicknesses for customers to choose. Customers can also customize their favorite colors and pattern fabrics.


Advantages and disadvantages of non-woven fabrics
Non-woven fabrics have many advantages: 1) Breathability 2) Filterability 3) Thermal insulation 4) Water absorption 5) Water resistance 6) Elasticity 7) No fluffiness 8) Good hand feel, softness 9) Lightness 10) Elasticity and flexibility Restoration 11) No directionality of cloth 12) High productivity and fast production speed compared with woven cloth 13) Low price, mass production, etc.
Disadvantages are: 1) Compared with woven cloth, the strength and durability are poor 2) Can not be washed like other fabrics 3) The fibers are arranged in a certain direction, so it is easy to split from the right angle and so on. Therefore, recent improvements in production methods are mainly focused on improvements to prevent division.