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Misunderstandings about the phenomenon of fabric ruffled hair

When using fabric products such as clothes, carpets, blankets, mattress covers, etc., after a while you will experience the ruffled fabric. Sometimes lint appears after just one wash. So why is the fabric ruffled? Is it because of poor fabric quality? Let's answer misunderstandings about ruffled fabrics and how to fix this phenomenon!
Misunderstandings about the phenomenon of fabric ruffled hair

1/ What is ruffled fabric?

The apparel industry uses the terms Puzzing and Pilling to describe the appearance of fibers on the surface. fabric, twisted together to form beads. These fibers form during the weaving process, causing the fabric to clump easily when subjected to light friction. Some fabrics that have a lot of ruffles will become worn out and lose their beauty.

2/ No ruffle due to poor fabric quality

2.1/ Causes of fabric ruffles:

During the weaving process, very small silk threads appear that do not stick to the fabric. These fibers tend to move upward on the fabric surface, when subjected to additional friction, these fibers loosen more and twist together into beads.

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The process of spinning fibers and twisting together. Image source: Testex
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Friction occurs during daily use: the human body is in contact with clothing when we walk, stand, sit. Bedroom products such as bed sheets, mattress covers, cooling pads, ... are rubbed when we turn over, change sleeping positions... Points with a lot of friction will be more prone to ruffled fabric than other points.

In addition, washing and drying also cause friction, causing surfaces to rub together, lint from this product twisting with fibers from the product. other.

2.2/ Why is high quality fabric still ruffled?

You need to understand that ruffled fabric is not a faulty fabric, this is a normal phenomenon, occurs due to daily wear and tear and does not affect the durability or function of the fabric product.

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2.3/ Is it necessary to exchange a new product when the fabric is ruffled?

Users are often worried that ruffles will cause the fabric to wear out, affecting product quality. This is not true, as ruffles are not caused by a faulty fabric, but are a normal phenomenon as mentioned above.

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Use peace of mind because ruffles do not affect product quality

2.4/ Which fabrics are less prone to ruffles?

All fabrics can be ruffled. However, depending on the weave and material, there are fabrics that are less prone to ruffles.

Materials such as wool, cotton, polyester, acrylic, etc., when woven with short fibers are often more grainy. Materials woven from long natural fibers (such as linen, silk) are less prone to ruffles.

Products that combine multiple colors and materials are especially prone to ruffles. For example, when mixing cotton and silk yarn, the two materials have different yarn lengths and different tenacity, resulting in when the cotton fibers come off, they will not fall off the fabric, but will stick to the yarn. silk - creates ruffles on the product.

3/ Tips for dealing with ruffled fabric

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Most effective way to fix: Use a dedicated lint remover/comb. You can easily buy with prices ranging from 50,000 - 150,000 VND

Ruffy Fabric Removal Comb< /p>

Easy and convenient hair removal comb

Do not use a razor: If used improperly, the razor will cause scratches on the fabric, especially with glossy fabrics such as satin, transparent fabrics,...

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Kdon't use your hands to remove lint: you will accidentally pull twisted yarns with you otherwise, leaving the fabric vulnerable to tearing and creating holes.

Also, please note that you should choose a washing mode in accordance with the instructions from the manufacturer, should dry instead of drying, and iron at high temperature. suitable.

Reference: Understanding fabric pilling