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Advantages And Disadvantages of Wool Fabric

Wool fabrics are fabrics woven from wool, which are divided into woven fabrics and knitted fabrics. Woven fabric is a fabric formed by intertwining warp and weft vertically with each other. Knitting fabrics are made by using knitting needles to form loops of yarn or filaments, and then stringing the loops into each other. Knitted fabrics are divided into single-sided and double-sided. Knitted fabrics can be divided into weft knitted fabrics and warp knitted fabrics: ①Weft knitted fabric is a fabric formed by feeding the yarns in the weft direction, and bending the same yarn into a circle in sequence and interlocking with each other. The most common sweater is the weft knitted fabric. ②The threading direction of warp knitted fabrics is just opposite to that of weft knitting. It is one or several groups of yarns arranged in parallel.

The main processing bases of wool in China are Zhejiang Kongpuyuan, Zhejiang Hangzhou, Guangdong Dalang, Hebei Qinghe and Inner Mongolia and other places.

The Advantages of Wool Fabric:

  • Wool itself is a material that is easy to curl. It is soft and the fibers are tightly interlocked witheach other, which can produce a thermal insulation effect when made into a ball.

  • Generally, wool is white. But it can be dyed, so there are also individual types of wool that are naturally black, brown, etc.

  • Wool is absorbent and can absorb up to one-third of its weight in water.

  • The wool itself is not easy to be burned, and it has the effect of fire prevention.

  • Wool is antistatic. This is because wool is an organic substance and contains moisture, so the medical community generally believes that wool is not too irritating to the skin.

The Disadvantages of Wool Fabric:

  • If it is not treated, it will be easily deformed, easy to cause moths, and it will turn yellow when stored for too long, and it will be easy to pill.

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