Silk-like fabric, that is to say, this fabric is not re […]
Silk-like fabric, that is to say, this fabric is not real silk, but a kind of fabric made of chemical fiber and emulating the silk effect in appearance or performance.
For example, polygonal cross-section and alkali reduction treatment are used on raw materials. Different cross-sectional shapes, such as triangular, pentagonal, hexagonal, octagonal, and double-hole unequal convex triangles, can cause a series of changes in fiber properties. The reason for using different cross-sectional shapes to make standards can not only improve Fiber gloss, and can change the fabric's drape, bulkiness, dryness, etc. Using variable-diameter fibers, the gloss of the fabric is soft, the gap between the fibers is increased, and the fabric becomes more natural and more artificial.
Another example is the use of new technologies in the finishing process to form small cracks, grooves, or pits on the fiber surface of the fabric. You can get a dry hand, darker color and silking effect.
There are also many technologies that make the spinning fabric of chemical fiber sufficient to achieve the degree of falsification.