Recently, many friends have asked questions about mattress fabrics. Which one is better for use in mattresses? Indeed, as a mattress fabric that directly touches our skin, we should know the advantages and disadvantages of various materials, especially those with sensitive skin.
Below, let's talk about a more common fabric, knitted mattress fabric.
The pros and cons.
Knitting cotton is a kind of fabric which is formed by bending a yarn into a loop and squashing each other with a knitting needle. Generally, it has good elasticity, moisture absorption, comfort and warmth, and is the most widely used fabric for children's wear. There are also many classifications of knitted cotton. In the market, general knitted apparel fabrics are divided into two types according to the production method: one is called transposition and the other is called latitude.
In terms of fabric, it is a machine woven fabric. Compared with other fabrics, knitted cotton has better elasticity, softer feel and fabric. The patterns and varieties are also very large, easy to clean, and it is not easy to generate static electricity.
The only bad thing about knitted cotton is that the fabric is easy to dye. In addition, although the elasticity of the knitted cotton is very good, it is also easy to change, so it is also necessary to pay attention to its maintenance.
As the fabric of the mattress, knitted cotton generally has about 80% cotton content, soft and skin-friendly, breathable, heat-dissipating, and damp property is very good, relatively strong and wear-resistant, after anti-mite treatment by infrared technology, the antibacterial property is strong! Therefore, most of the mattresses we use are basically made of this material.