How to identify cotton shirts

Update:07 Sep 2020
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Cotton cloth Textile Shirt is the general term for all […]

Cotton cloth Textile Shirt is the general term for all kinds of cotton textiles. It is mostly used to make fashion, casual wear, underwear and shirts. Its strengths are easy to keep warm, soft and close-fitting, moisture absorption, and good air permeability. Compared with chemical fiber, it has good warmth retention, strong hygroscopicity, good flexibility, and the cotton fiber has no adverse reactions such as static electricity. However, because cotton and hemp fibers are weak in elasticity and poor in wrinkle resistance, clothing simply wrinkles and is not stiff during wearing and washing, which brings a lot of inconvenience to consumers in ordinary clothing care. The "Haihuang" shirt is made of pure cotton yarn-dyed fabric, together with the company's unique non-iron cleaning technology, so that the product has the characteristics of pure cotton, but also has outstanding wrinkle resistance. It is compatible with hemp, bamboo, silver fiber and other materials.

 

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Blended textiles are functional and practical, which greatly satisfy the modern fast-paced lifestyle. Chemical fiber fabrics are abrasion-resistant, durable, wrinkle-resistant, and stiff, but they are far less comfortable than pure cotton fabrics, and have adverse reactions that can cause red human skin. Therefore, white old men, children's clothes, especially underwear, and bedding should use pure cotton as much as possible to benefit their health. With the improvement of people's living standards, the pursuit of health care, and the desire to return to nature, cotton, a natural fiber like green food, has become increasingly popular. Therefore, whether at home or abroad, the price of pure cotton fabrics is significantly higher than that of chemical fiber fabrics. Pure cotton: (seed fiber) can be said to be the most widely used clothing fiber in the world.

 

It is a fiber taken from cotton seeds, which is made into cotton yarn by picking, ginning, carding, splicing, combing, roving, and worsted spinning, and then woven from cotton yarn into cotton cloth.Strong hygroscopicity cotton fiber is a porous material, the internal molecules are arranged very irregularly, and the molecules are rich in hydrophilic layout. Warmth retention-cotton fiber is a poor conductor of heat, the inner cavity of cotton fiber is filled with inactive air, and the shrinkage rate is large-cotton fiber has strong water absorption, when it absorbs water, it will make cotton The fiber swells, causing the cotton yarn to shorten and deform.

 

In a moist state, in case of bacteria or fungi, cotton fibers will decompose into their favorite nutrients-glucose, which will mold the fabric. If cotton fiber is exposed to sunlight for a long time, its strength will decrease and the fiber will become hard and brittle. If it encounters oxidants, bleaching powder or oxidizing dyes, it will also reduce the strength of the fiber and make the fiber brittle and hard. It can be washed by machine or by hand, but because of the poor elasticity of the fiber, it is best to wash it lightly or not with strong hands to avoid deformation of clothes and affect the size. Cotton fabrics are best washed with cold water to maintain the original color. Except for white cotton fabrics, it is best not to use detergents or washing powders that are rich in bleaching ingredients for other colored shirts. Avoid discoloration, and do not pour the washing powder directly on the cotton fabric to avoid partial discoloration.