Q: Some people say that fleece is easy to cause asthma. Is that true? What is the basis?
A: Actually, this is related to whether the individual's skin can accept this kind of fabric, because the main raw material of this fabric is polyester. As far as I personally think, such people in the choice of clothing, wool underwear, duck down vests, animal fur clothing and acrylic fiber, polyester and other chemical fiber fabrics, easy to cause allergies, urticaria, asthma attacks, so asthma patients have this The underwear of patients with medical history is suitable for pure cotton fabric, and the fabric is required to be smooth, soft and flat, and the clothes should not be too tight. And bedding should also use less silk and down products.
Q: Is the fleece pure cotton? Can cotton be used as a blanket?
A: The fleece of cotton is available in China, but it is rare, and it is technically difficult to check, especially when pilling.
Q: Is the fleece used more in the lining of clothes?
A: Yes, the quality requirements for the fleece in the interior are not too high. There are a lot of clothes and scarves that are made directly from polar fleece. As far as I know, most of them are made of polyester 150D96F fleece. There are also shoes and toys made of fleece.
Fleece can be used as clothes. As far as I know, some clothes made of fleece are usually sold in a store for more than 300 yuan. Some even reached a high price of 2,000 yuan. In addition, fleece can be used for bedding, carpets, coats, jackets, vests, windbreakers, cheerleaders, fleece gloves, scarves, hats, pillows, cushions, etc.
Domestic product fabrics (or processed into garments) are exported to the United States, Japan, South Korea, Canada and other countries.
In addition, the common abnormalities of general fleece: there are horizontal strips (looms or yarns), knife marks or straight strips, indentations caused by excessive stacking pressure, holes (brushing machine), left and right yin and yang (made by the exhibition of Brora), color trace (dyeing), water trace (sharp machine steam condensate) and so on.