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How to identify coral velvet fabrics in general
There are more and more coral velvet products nowadays, and more and more people like coral velvet products, such as home clothes, carpets, etc., with more and more types and styles. However, it is precisely due to the wide variety of coral velvet products that consumers often feel dizzy and unsure how to choose when making purchases. Now let's introduce how to distinguish coral velvet fabrics. There are three ways to distinguish coral velvet: 1. Observe color The excellent coral velvet has a smooth and uniform texture, evenly distributed density, and a uniform color that is transparent and not eye-catching; And the poor quality coral velvet has a scattered and disorderly texture, with a rough texture and a dark or perhaps bright and bright color. 2. Smell close to the nose High quality coral velvet has no taste; Poor quality coral velvet has a pungent taste. 3. Light pull test tension Gently pull the coral velvet with your hand, and the elastic one is high-quality coral velvet; Alternatively, extract a few hairs from the edge of the coral velvet, moisten them with water, and then gently pull. If it is pulled off, it proves to be inferior coral velvet. In winter or dry seasons, many people are troubled by static electricity from fabrics, such as some coral velvet, which can be seen flashing when we sleep, which is particularly annoying. Home textiles that are prone to static electricity are mainly synthetic fibers, especially those with poor moisture absorption, which can easily accumulate static electricity. The resulting home textiles are also prone to dust and have poor breathability. For many reasons, many people hope to use anti-static home textiles. Currently, there are two methods to eliminate static electricity on coral velvet fabrics. Some finishing of coral velvet fabric, such as adding a layer of hydrophilic film on top, can enhance the water absorption of the fabric, reduce the friction coefficient between fabrics, and prevent excessive static electricity. Another method is to make coral velvet fabric into conductive fibers and then spin it into home textiles, which have strong conductivity. When friction occurs, it will be directly released, which can effectively avoid static electricity. However, the cost of this method is higher, and the price of home textiles will be higher than that of similar products.
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