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what are the warmest materials for winter? - polyethylene terephthalate properties

by:Cailong     2019-07-28
what are the warmest materials for winter?  -  polyethylene terephthalate properties
When you make clothing and decorations in the cold months, you need to choose the fabric very carefully.
To keep warm, you need to choose an insulating fabric.
Some fabrics are plush and look warm, but some of the warmest fabrics may not be available at first glance.
Learn more about the warmest fabrics will help you determine what works best for your project.
Wool is a natural fiber made of cut hair from animal fur.
All kinds of animals are cut out of wool.
Sheep are the most common.
Some of the other fibers include Angora rabbit hair, horse hair, mountain wool, cashmere, vikuna/camel hair and camel hair.
Their texture is smooth from soft to rough.
In addition to insulation, wool is also absorbent.
It can maintain moisture by weight up to 30%.
Wool also tends to shrink.
Wool is a fabric with a wide range of uses, soft and deep piles.
Wool does not wear or fall off when cut, so it is easy to use.
Comfortable and breathable, often used for winter sports and clothing.
Wool is a synthetic fabric that is usually made of polybendiester, the same as the material used to make plastic bottles.
Wool is designed to imitate wool, but the fibers are woven, not like wool.
The wool dries quickly and does not shrink or bleed.
However, the wool will affect its appearance.
To avoid pilling, clean the wool separately and turn it over.
The flannel is made of cotton, which is a natural fiber harvested from plants.
It is a woven fabric with a low and soft Nap on both sides.
Can brush, increase softness.
Cashmere cloth is used to make clothes and household decoration articles such as linen and blankets.
It is also used as a garment lining due to its insulating properties.
Cashmere cloth of 100
Cotton will shrink after drying.
Velour is a plush knitted fabric made of synthetic materials such as cotton and polyester.
Velour has a velvety soft feel, but has a taste of elastic fibers, which makes it ideal for active clothing.
The extreme softness of Velour also makes it more suitable for home decor items.
It is often used to cover pillows and blankets.
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