The fabrics of fabric sofas in the market are mainly these: cotton, polyester, nylon, polyester-cotton blend, high-density NC cloth, 3M waterproof mousse cloth, flannel.
1. Cotton: It is a fiber taken from cottonseed, which is picked and processed, ginned, carded, spliced, combed, woven, worsted into cotton and then woven into cotton. It is an essential fabric for fabric sofas. One.
Advantages: strong moisture absorption - cotton fibers are porous materials, the internal molecular arrangement is very irregular, and the molecule contains a large number of hydrophilic structures.
Warmth----The cotton fiber is a poor conductor of heat, and the inner cavity of the cotton fiber is filled with air that does not flow.
Comfortable to wear - no static electricity, good ventilation, anti-sensitive, easy to clean the sofa cover.
Disadvantages: easy to wrinkle - cotton fiber is less elastic.
The shrinkage rate is large----the cotton fiber has strong water absorption, and when it absorbs water, the cotton fiber expands, causing the cotton yarn to be shortened.
2. Polyester (synthetic fiber): Synthetic fiber is made of polymer compound, and polyester is one of them. It is also called polyester fiber.
Advantages: high strength, strong wear resistance, good elasticity, and strong heat resistance, so this fabric is often used in business fabric sofas.
Disadvantages: There is a lack of a hydrophilic structure between the molecules, so the hygroscopicity is extremely poor and the gas permeability is also poor.
3, Nylon: scientific name polyamide fiber, is the collective name of polyamide fiber produced in China. Also known as "Nylon" and "Nylon".
Advantages: strong, wear resistance, ranking first among all fibers. Its wear resistance is 10 times that of cotton fiber, 10 times that of dry viscose fiber, and 140 times that of wet fiber. Therefore, its durability is excellent. The elastic and elastic recovery of the nylon fabric is excellent, but it is easily deformed under a small external force, so the fabric is easily wrinkled during the wearing process.
Disadvantages: poor ventilation and easy to generate static electricity.