Bonded fabric is also a kind of fabric with a large market share. Let's take a look at the introduction of bonded fabrics.

Types of bonded fabrics:

Woven fabrics and knitted fabrics are compounded; Knitted fabrics and knitted fabrics are compounded; Woven fabrics are compounded with woven fabrics. Sports and leisure clothing uses knitted fabric and bonded knitted fabric, which has the effect of woven fabric and good elasticity. Therefore, in the eyes of consumers of such clothing, it is still popular and popular.

Ordinary bonded fabric:

The fabric and the lining are bonded by a bonding agent, thus improving the texture of the fabric and being suitable for simplifying the process of garment processing and mass production.

Functional bonded fabric:

The bonded fabric has the special functions of waterproof and moisture permeability, radiation resistance, washing resistance, abrasion resistance and the like.

Distinguishing method of bonded fabric:

Hand feeling: use your hand to touch the leather surface. if you feel smooth, soft, plump and elastic, it is genuine leather. However, the surface of synthetic leather is unsmooth, rigid and soft.

Seeing: Observing that real leather has relatively clear pores and patterns, cattle hide has relatively symmetrical pores, yak skin has relatively thick and sparse pores, goat skin has fish scale pores, pigskin has triangular coarse pores, and artificial leather, although it imitates pores, is not clear. The following are the characteristics and identification methods of pig leather, horse leather, cow leather and sheep leather: cow leather has fine flour and high strength, which is most suitable for making leather shoes. Sheep leather is light, thin and soft, which is the ideal fabric for leather clothing. Pig leather has good air and water vapor permeability and is more suitable for making underwear and children's articles. Horse leather has a relatively tight fiber structure and high strength, and is used to make leather pants and boots with good effect. Generally speaking, the thickness, density and distribution of pores on the leather surface are the main basis for distinguishing cow leather, pig leather, horse leather and sheep leather.

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