How to identify pure wool fabric? Pure wool fabric is n […]
How to identify pure wool fabric?
Pure wool fabric is natural and soft in color, good in warmth effect, and is the first choice fabric for making high-grade suits and coats. But now more and more wool-like fabrics, with the improvement of textile technology, has reached a level that most customers are difficult to identify, but the color, warmth, feel, etc. are far inferior to pure wool fabrics. The following introduces several methods for identifying pure wool fabrics for your reference when choosing clothing and fabrics.
1. Touching feeling. Pure wool fabrics usually have a smooth feel, while long-haired fabrics feel smooth when touched with hair, and have a tingling sensation on reverse hair. While blended or purified fiber products, some are too soft, some are too soft and loose, and have a sticky feeling.
Second, look at the color. The color of pure wool fabric is natural and soft, bright and no old feeling. In contrast, blended or purified fiber fabrics are either darker in gloss or have a flash of color.
Third, look at flexibility. Hold the object tightly by hand, then let go immediately to see the elasticity of the fabric. Pure wool fabrics have a high rate of resilience and can quickly return to their original shape, while blended or chemical fiber products have poor wrinkle resistance, and most of them have obvious wrinkle marks or slow recovery.
4. Identification by combustion method. Take a bunch of yarn and burn it with fire. Pure wool fiber smells like burning hair, and chemical fiber fabric smells like burning plastic. The harder the burned particles, the more chemical fiber components.
5. Single root identification. All animal hairs have scales under the microscope. If they are long-haired fabrics, just take a hair and rub it a few times like the picture above, and it will move up or down. (In order to master this technique, you can take a hair first. Test), if it is a common fabric, take a yarn, cut two 2 cm sections and split it into fibers one by one and rub it in the palm of your hand for four or five times to see if they move