Artificial fur is commonly used in coats, clothing linings, hats, collars, toys, cushions, interior decorations and carpets.
The manufacturing methods include knitting (weft knitting, warp knitting and stitch knitting) and weaving, etc. The knitting weft knitting method has the fastest development and is the most widely used. When knitting, the carding mechanism disperses the top into a single fiber shape, and the knitting needle grabs the fiber and sets it into the base yarn to knit into a loop. Because the fluff is in the shape of a "V" in the loop, the knitted base fabric is shaped so that it will not fall off.
Imitation animal fur made by artificial methods. Acrylic fiber, modified acrylic fiber, chlorine fiber, etc. can all be used as raw materials for artificial fur, and acrylic fiber is more suitable.
The fluff is divided into two layers: the outer layer is 17-34dtex and has bright, thick and straight bristles. The fineness of the inner short pile fiber is 1.7 to 5.6 dtex.
Manufacturing methods include knitting, weaving, and tufted fur. Artificial fur is often used to make coats, clothing linings and decorations. Although artificial fur is not as warm as real fur, it is soft and beautiful. It can be made into animal hair and beautiful patterns, and it can be dry-cleaned and flame-proofed.