A mattress consists of three layers: fabric layer, filling layer and support layer.
The fabric layer is the outermost layer of the mattress. Most people feel that when a bed sheet is placed on the mattress, the mattress is not in direct contact with the skin, thus ignoring the role of the fabric. People will excrete about 250ml of sweat every day during sleep. Even if a quilt of about 3cm is placed, most of the sweat will be absorbed by the mattress. If the mattress fabric is not hygroscopic and breathable, it is easy to breed bacteria and mites.
A good mattress fabric should be soft and comfortable, skin-friendly and breathable, but since the mattress is in contact with the human body for 1/3 of the time, it should pay more attention to the health and environmental protection of the mattress.