To make it easier for parents to choose fashion clothes for their babies, we would like to provide some very useful information regarding to fabrics. After reading this article, you will learn more about the fabrics used to make children’s clothes, and help you choose the right clothes for your children.
Characteristics of fibers Form:
– Cotton: As a raw fiber, it is easy to get dirty
– Nylon (nylon): Silky and bright, thus preventing fouling and easy to wash
– Polyester: Smooth surface thus does not absorb dirt and can be washed easily Moisture absorption level
– Cotton absorbs moisture easily and also dries quickly. It can suck sweat away from the body and because it is also fast drying, it does not stick to the body and gives a cool feeling. Cotton is suitable for sewing summer clothes and underwear.
– Nylon (nylon): Not easy to absorb moisture. It is also warm when worn and not sweaty. Absorb moisture the least compared to other fibers.
– Polyester: Clothing made of polyester usually does not feel comfortable due to sweat Heat conductivity
– Cotton is a good conductor that helps heat spread out of the body and keeps the body cool.
– Nylon (nylon): Poor thermal conductivity
– Polyester: Poor thermal conductivity
Durability of fabrics:
– Cotton: More durable when wet. Can be scrubbed without being damaged during washing
– Nylon (nylon): The most durable of all fibers. Withstands good rubbing, does not reduce the strength of being wet.
– Polyester: It is an extremely durable yarn, although not durable in nylon.
– Cotton: Wrinkles and folds. After washing, the wrinkles should be flat.
– Nylon (nylon): Need a little rest after washing to avoid wrinkles or folds
– Polyester: It may not need to be after washing because polyester fibers are wrinkled or have very little folds.