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Wholesale 100% Polyester Microfiber Fabric

100% Polyester Microfiber Fabric Company

In the post-treatment process of the microfiber, the ground treatment is carried out to make the surface of the fabric show a certain sense of fleece and improve the feel of the fabric. Smooth suede, hand feel full, soft, full of velvet, soft luster, no aurora. Woolen fabric is fluffy, thick, and warm. When you fall asleep on a cold night, there is no cold when another cotton cloth comes into contact with the human body. Grinding is also called grinding. The process of grinding a short and dense pile on the surface of the fabric with a sanding roller (or belt) is called polishing, also known as polishing. It can make the warp and weft yarn produce fluff simultaneously, and the fluff is short and dense. At the same time with no ball, do not fade, and other advantages. The weight of a four-piece suit is twice that of an ordinary four-piece.

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Company Profile

Changxing Senyi Trade Co., Ltd. is an enterprise integrating industry, with its factory in Changxing Nuoyan Textile Co., Ltd., now we are in the domestic sales and export of establishing a good reputation. As China Wholesale 100% Polyester Microfiber Fabric Company and 100% Polyester Microfiber Fabric Suppliers. We are committed to producing a series of home textiles and fabric supplies, such as microfiber, mini matt, pongee, taffeta, satin, etc. which can basically meet the needs of different customers in the fabric market. We use the right price to achieve satisfactory quality and welcome customers' inquiries!
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what is Microfiber fabric?
Microfiber fabric is a type of synthetic textile that is made up of fine polyester and nylon fibers that are tightly woven together. The fibers used in microfiber fabrics are much finer than those used in traditional fabrics like cotton, wool, or silk. They are usually less than 1 denier in diameter, which is much thinner than a human hair. This results in a fabric that is very lightweight, soft, and has a silky texture.
Microfiber fabric is known for its durability, stain resistance, and ability to hold its shape and color well over time. It is also highly absorbent, which makes it a popular choice for cleaning products like towels and cloths. Microfiber fabrics are often used in clothing items such as athletic wear, swimwear, and lingerie, as well as home furnishings such as curtains, upholstery, and bedding.
One of the advantages of microfiber fabric is its ability to wick moisture away from the body, which makes it a popular choice for sportswear and outdoor clothing. It is also hypoallergenic, making it a good choice for people with sensitive skin or allergies.
However, there are some concerns about the environmental impact of microfiber fabrics, as they can shed tiny fibers when washed that can end up in the ocean and harm marine life. Therefore, it is important to properly dispose of microfiber fabrics and wash them in a way that reduces shedding as much as possible.
How to maintain washing Microfiber fabric?
Microfiber fabric is a popular material for cleaning due to its high absorbency and soft texture. To maintain its quality, follow these tips for washing microfiber fabric:
Separate microfiber items from other laundry: Wash microfiber items separately from other fabrics to prevent lint from other materials from clinging to the microfiber.
Wash in cool or warm water: Use cool or warm water, not hot water, to wash microfiber fabric. Hot water can damage the fibers and reduce its effectiveness.
Use a gentle detergent: Use a gentle detergent that is free of fabric softeners, bleach, or any other additives that could damage the microfiber.
Avoid fabric softeners: Fabric softeners can clog the microfiber's pores and reduce its absorbency. Do not use fabric softeners or dryer sheets when washing or drying microfiber fabric.
Use a delicate cycle: Wash microfiber fabric on a delicate cycle or a cycle with a low spin setting to prevent damage to the fibers.
Air dry or use a low heat setting: Avoid using a high heat setting when drying microfiber. Air dry or use a low heat setting in the dryer to prevent damage to the fibers.