Wholesale Satin Fabric Company

Satin Fabric Company

Microfiber (or microfibre) is synthetic fiber finer than one denier or decitex/thread, having a diameter of less than ten micrometers. A strand of silk is about one denier and about a fifth of the diameter of a human hair.

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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 Satin Fabric Company and Satin 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 Satin Fabric?
Satin is a type of fabric that has a smooth, glossy surface and a dull back. It is made using a specific type of weave called the satin weave, which involves floating the weft yarns over several warp yarns before interlacing them again. This weave creates a smooth and lustrous surface on one side of the fabric and a dull surface on the other.
Satin fabric can be made from a variety of materials, including silk, polyester, rayon, and nylon. Silk satin is considered the most luxurious and expensive, while synthetic satin fabrics are more affordable and durable.
Satin is commonly used in the fashion industry for evening wear, lingerie, and bridal gowns, as well as in home décor for curtains, bedding, and upholstery. It is prized for its luxurious appearance and feel, and its ability to drape beautifully. Satin is also often used for lining other fabrics to add a smooth, silky layer next to the skin.
How to maintain Satin Fabric?
To maintain satin fabric, it's important to follow the care instructions provided by the manufacturer. However, here are some general tips for caring for satin:
Hand washing: If the care label permits, it's best to hand wash satin using a mild detergent and lukewarm water. Gently agitate the fabric and avoid rubbing or wringing it to prevent damage.
Machine washing: If machine washing is necessary, use the delicate or gentle cycle with cold water and a mild detergent. It's best to place the satin in a mesh laundry bag to prevent it from snagging or getting damaged.
Drying: After washing, avoid using a dryer to dry satin fabric as the high heat can damage the fabric. Instead, hang the fabric to air dry or lay it flat on a clean towel.
Ironing: If necessary, satin can be ironed using a low heat setting. However, it's important to place a pressing cloth or a clean towel over the fabric to prevent it from getting shiny or damaged.
Storing: When storing satin, it's best to fold it neatly and place it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight to prevent fading or discoloration.
Avoid friction: Satin fabric can be easily damaged by friction, so it's important to avoid rubbing it against rough surfaces or wearing it under tight-fitting clothing that may cause friction.
By following these tips, you can help ensure that your satin fabric stays in good condition for years to come.