Advantages and Disadvantages of Flocking Fabrics
The production process of flocking fabric mainly goes through two steps. First, the nylon or viscose fluff is planted on the front of the base fabric, and then it can be processed through a series of processes.
Advantages of Flocking Fabrics:
1. Wool may be more prone to shedding, while flocking generally does not shed, which can also be used to test the authenticity of flocking fabrics.
2. The flocking fabric is very good in terms of air permeability and firmness, and is the production cloth for seat cushions and sofas.
3. It also has an anti-fouling function, because nylon is one of the raw materials of flocking fabrics, and nylon itself has a certain anti-fouling function, dust and other stains are not easy to be adsorbed on the surface, even if it is stained with a little shake, it can fall off. If it is specially treated in the processing process, its anti-fouling function will be more powerful.
4. Flocking fabrics are favored by many consumers because of their rich suede and color. Its fluff can be colored during processing, and then achieve the color effect that customers want.
5. The flocking fabric is non-toxic and tasteless, and it will not be developed. It is also commonly used in the production of shirts and pajamas.
Disadvantages of Flocking Fabrics:
The wrinkle resistance of flocked fabrics is very general. Wrinkles are prone to appear after washing and drying. At the same time, flocking fabrics are easy to fade. It is best to separate them from other clothes when washing. And in winter, such fabrics may be more prone to static electricity.