What are the advantages and disadvantages of resin-finished fabrics

Update:27 Jul 2018

Resin finishing is the finishing of a large number of n […]

Resin finishing is the finishing of a large number of non-crystalline amorphous organic compounds which are soluble in alcohol and ether.Advantages: improve anti-wrinkle ability, crisp, easy to wash and dry, free from ironing, change and reduce the pilling phenomenon of chemical fiber fabric, improve elasticity and shape retention;

Disadvantages: Reduce the fabric's resistance to breakage and abrasion. Some resin treatments give the fabric a odor-like odor. If it is not handled properly, the fabric will be yellowed and damaged.

The appearance, feel and other properties of the fabric after resin finishing have been greatly improved, adapting to the needs of consumers.Although polyester-cotton and cotton-polyester fabrics are made of polyester and cotton fibers, they are not the same fabric. Cotton/polyester is a blended fabric mainly composed of cotton fiber and polyester/polyester.

Polyester/cotton is mainly made up of polyester and cotton, supplemented by cotton. The blending ratio is 65% polyester and 35% cotton. Cotton/polyester fabrics are not as strong and wear-resistant as polyester/cotton fabrics, but they have good moisture absorption properties and the same price as cotton fabrics.