THE EXAMPLE OF SPUN YARN END PRODUCTS

 


TOWEL

A majority of the towels are made up of 80% polyester and 20% polyamide, but generally made of 100% cotton.

Towels can also be of the polyester/cotton blended variety, depending on the composition of the towel in production. Some towel made by spin the primary raw material of cotton with synthetics.

Cotton is less durable to frequent washing and less hard wearing. However, it is usually more absorbent and can feel softer than Polyester.

Terry cloth towels are more absorbent. Polyester will not dry you as well as a terry cloth cotton towel.
Most terry cloth is made with cotton because the absorbent fiber gets stronger when wet and it can be sanitized in very hot water using strong bleach and detergent without harm.

Towels can be made by Polyester Ne 14/1 – 80/1 or blended Polyester/Cotton Ne 16/1-80/1

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- 145526950 : white towel made of Polyester Ring Spun Yarn Ne 24/2, 16/1, 20/1, 30/1, 40/1
- 115839703 : colorful towels made of Polyester Ring Spun Yarn Ne 24/2, 16/1, 20/1, 30/1, 40/1 dyed in colors

 

CURTAINS

Curtains made of different materials such as linen, silk, cotton and synthetic materials such as nylon and polyester. The yarn is generally a beige or natural color; curtains to be sold in colors are dyed after they are knit.

Lace curtains made with cotton yarn have a lint problem that must be dealt with in order to provide a safe environment for workers' respiration. Newer plants have vacuum or suction systems built into them to reduce levels of lint. Unfortunately, cotton lint is not recyclable into new cotton thread and must be discarded as garbage.

Polyester yarn does not create extraneous lint. The bits of polyester yarn left on unused spools are bundled into bales and may be recycled into new yarns. Also, dyeing of any fabric includes chemicals suspended in water, which must be neutralized and filtered according to federal standards before the effluvia is released into any water supply.

Polyester is a fine material that is often used to make curtains. It is sometimes blended with other materials like cotton and silk to improve its look, how it hang, and its texture. It is resistant to wrinkle, abrasion, stretching and shrinking. It can also be dried quickly after washing, as it doesn't absorb too much water. As polyester is a very versatile material it comes in a variety of solid colors as well as vibrant patterns. Polyester is easier to clean and more stable compared to other fabrics. Not to mention, polyester is cheaper.

Curtains can be made by 100% Polyester Ring Spun Yarn Ne 12/1 - 60/1

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- 114548950 : curtains made of polyester
- 73743823 : curtain made of polyester

 

BED COVER

Polyester is an oil based product and when woven into yarn it has a far greater degree of elasticity than cotton yarn. This helps to prevent creasing after washing. The polyester yarn helps hold the bed linen in shape and doesn't shrink.

Cotton is soft, durable, and breathes well. But improvements in the manufacturing process and finishing techniques mean that other fabrics like polyester can be a viable alternative to cotton. What you're looking for is what the industry dubs a nice "hand"- soft and luxe to the touch.

Sheets made of microfiber-fabric composed of extremely fine fibers of polyester - are affordable and soft, and they resist pilling more than traditional polyester fabric does. However, polyester is less breathable than cotton, pill over time, and is probably not the best choice for those with sensitive skin.

Bed Cover can be made by 100% Polyester Ring Spun Yarn Ne 4/1 - 30/1

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- 53041837 : colorful bed cover
- 66468082 : bedding

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