Fuzzing occurs in wool, polyester/wool and cotton fabrics, but more often in polyester/cotton or polyester/blend fabrics.
Polyester/cotton/polyester/viscose blended fabric is favored by users due to its durability, aesthetics and wearing comfort. However, these advantages are ignored because they are more pilling than natural fibers. However, this is not the case for fabrics and garments made of polyester filaments, and due to wear and abrasion during washing, short fibers are easily brought to the surface, thereby forming particles.
Theoretically, the following steps lead to pilling: ①The mechanical action of the fiber stretches to the surface of the fabric and forms hair; ②The velvet is entangled in the ball and connected to the surface of the fabric through the fixed fiber; ③In friction, washing, wearing and cleaning During the process, continuous mechanical action causes the ball to fall off.
Any short fiber pilling, polyester short fiber is the most serious. This is mainly because polyester has strong and high flexibility, so the formation of the ball is not easy to fall off from the fiber, and the polyester static electricity is easy to attract foreign particles from the ball.
Fiber length and fineness, low twist, hairy yarn, single yarn, weaving type and the type of finishing agent used will promote the fiber of the ball.