The difference between Loris and Sea Island

Lelis is considered to be one of the varieties that have been deeply tracked and researched in chemical fiber related industries over the years and analyzed and researched on development trends and trends. It is a modified polyester product, a new variety derived from "Cai Lisi". In recent days, there are varieties sold on the market, which are directly called "fabrics. The cotton yarns are basically "Cai Lisi". Twist or twist level.




Differences in twist and post-processing can create different styles. For example, "Cai Lisi" and low-elastic DTY or composite silk, kneading sea-island fibers, cationic silk, cotton yarn, polyester viscose silk and other fibers can be said to be "Lelis" imitation linen, wool-like, fashionable cloth due to the application The difference is welcomed by the fashion processing industry and professional clothing manufacturers respectively.

Fabrics are widely used, and the fabrics have rich styles and effects. The market now has both pure seasonal varieties and super-seasonal varieties. The varieties and designs on the market have increased, and almost all the money can be sold.

The difference between Loris and Sea Island

It is a product of modified polyester, a new variety based on "Cai Lisi", and has the effect of dyed finished fabrics with black and white characteristics, so that it is more natural, soft, not stiff, and more natural to imitate the effect of hemp. .

Leris: Made of semi-matte, bright, cationic monomer, multi-strand or semi-matte, bright, cationic composite materials.
Features: After dyeing, there are white knots with different lengths and colors, deep knots, and white knots with pure color expression.

Sea-island silk is a common name for "island-type microfiber". Dispersing one polymer into another polymer, the fiber surface is spread like an "island" state, but the matrix is ​​equivalent to a "sea". It is used in clothing, clothing field, bags, interior products and industrial fields, etc.

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