What are the materials of hotel curtain fabrics? And wh […]
What are the materials of hotel curtain fabrics? And what are the uses of these materials? We will give you a look at the fabric materials of hotel curtains today; hotel curtains include natural fibers, chemical fibers, blended fabrics, plastics, bamboo, Wood and aluminum alloys, etc., before the selection and purchase of curtains, we must understand the material of the curtain fabric.
Natural fiber: Natural fiber refers to fibers obtained from plants and animals that exist, grow or are artificially cultivated in nature and have textile value, and are an important source of materials for the textile industry. There are many types of natural fibers, but only four of them have been used in the textile industry for a long time. They are cotton, hemp, wool, and silk. Cotton and hemp are plant fibers, and wool and silk are animal fibers. Wool curtains are generally not seen. And silk can be divided into mulberry silk and silk.
Chemical fiber: Some people say that chemical fiber is not good, but in fact, it is not bad. It has high strength, good elasticity, corrosion resistance, heat resistance, light resistance, sound insulation, and no wrinkles.
Speaking of cotton, we are all familiar with it. Cotton is the general term for all kinds of textiles. Cotton has the advantages of softness, soft luster, simple appearance, and rich natural flavor, and has good hygroscopicity, moisture retention, heat resistance, and alkali resistance. Its disadvantage is that the finished product is not smooth.
Hemp is made of hemp, hemp, flax, ramie, sisal, jute and other hemp fiber. Hemp has good air permeability, thermal conductivity and hygroscopicity, the disadvantage is that it is easy to wrinkle, but after finishing it is straight, its price is also higher.
Silk is a protein fiber. It has a shiny appearance and a silky feel. It is noble and gorgeous than ordinary curtain materials. Its disadvantage is that it has poor wrinkle resistance and poor alkali resistance.
Mulberry silk has good hygroscopicity, thermal insulation and breathability, and is light and easy to wash; its shortcomings are poor light resistance, wrinkle resistance, alkali resistance, and certain shrinkage.