What exactly are pure cotton, 100% cotton and 10 […]
What exactly are pure cotton, 100% cotton and 100% cotton? I believe you have all struggled with a question. Is pure cotton the same as all cotton? Is it 100% cotton? It's just a different name, or is it really different? Let's talk about it today.
What is 100% cotton?
In the original standard, cotton, silk, hemp, and chemical fiber can only be marked as "100%", "cotton", and "full" when the fiber content is 100%. The new standard follows and draws on the provisions of the original standard on wool and cashmere. The following four situations can use the words "100%", "pure", "full" to indicate the fiber content
So, everyone remember that only when the fabric is 100% cotton, or pure cotton fabric made of cotton, including plain cloth, poplin, twill, labor cloth, etc., can it be called "pure cotton" or "pure cotton" .
However, there are also provisions on the error value in the standard. The accuracy of 100% is too high, and there is no guarantee that there is no other hair. Therefore, if the cotton content is more than 95%, it can already be regarded as pure cotton.
75% cotton = pure cotton?
This statement is actually wrong. On the one hand, it is a vague statement that caters to everyone's love of pure cotton, and on the other hand, it is also a helpless move for businesses to popularize fabric knowledge.
At first, this kind of statement was used on clothing because it was often matched with other fabrics to make up for the lack of elasticity of pure cotton. Although more than 75% cotton has a similar experience to pure cotton, it is undoubtedly wrong for the business to say so.
Especially in today's textile technology is more powerful. The prices of pure cotton and cotton and polyester are different. Consumers spend pure cotton money to buy cotton and polyester fabric products, and these pseudo-cotton will pilling.
So, how to choose?
Pure cotton fabric is good, but cotton is naturally inelastic and easy to wrinkle. It is always necessary to add other fabrics for a little help. For example, traditional cotton and linen fabrics are a good partner for cotton. Not only helps breathe and absorb moisture in the hot summer, the unique texture of cotton and linen, the pajamas and home clothes made can also create a strong literary style.
Another example is the most common 95% cotton 5% spandex fabric on the market. The most notable feature of cotton spandex fabric is that it does not deform after being worn and does not shrink after washing! The close-fitting clothes made by such a combination are comfortable and wearable.
In our daily underwear selection, we don’t have to stick to “only love 100% cotton”. As long as it is a regular brand purchased from regular sales channels, and each piece of clothing is equipped with the correct ingredient mark, you can choose a baby that is like your heart and comfortable~
Keep in mind that pure cotton and cotton fabrics should not be washed with hot water, and the water temperature should be controlled below 35°C; the detergent should not be soaked for a long time, and it should not be ironed at a temperature higher than 120°C, and cannot be exposed to the sun or dried. .
It is best to wash by hand, and pay attention to drying in the shade. Use flat or garden-stick drying racks. A treasure offers many options.
A drum washing machine with a washing mode of cotton, linen and cotton fabrics can also help, but if it is a mixture of cotton fabrics and other fabrics, pay attention to choosing a mixed laundry mode.