The fabric problem of the vest
Regenerated cellulose fiber is a fiber made from natural cellulose through chemical regeneration and processing. The main varieties are viscose fiber, ModaI fiber, TenceI fiber, cupra fiber, etc. The moisture content of viscose fiber best meets the physiological requirements of human skin. It has the characteristics of smooth and cool, breathable, antistatic, and colorful dyeing.
Polyester fiber is polyester, with high elasticity and resilience, the fabric is firm, not easy to wrinkle, and has good shape retention. Poor moisture absorption and poor comfort. Durable; easy to wash, quick-drying, good wash and wear performance; heat resistance; light resistance; not resistant to strong alkalis.
Needless to say, pure cotton. Commonly used summer fabrics.
Both pure cotton and viscose fibers will shrink. However, generally more formal manufacturers will pre-shrink fabrics, and there will be no phenomenon of large shrinkage after buying home. Polyester fibers will not shrink.
The comfort of wearing in summer, viscose fiber is similar to cotton, and both absorb moisture and breathe. Viscose is not as strong and durable as pure cotton. Polyester fiber does not absorb sweat, but with this fiber, the vest fabric will become stronger, not easily deformed, and easy to clean.
As for whether the vest fabric fits the body, the degree of coolness is also related to factors such as the thickness of the fabric and the structure of the fabric. Now some viscose fibers are added with elastic fibers, which also increases the comfort.