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What is satin cloth? What are the characteristics and types of satin cloth?

Dec 18,2020 / Industry News, News / Author: DongJing

Satin cloth is a thicker front-side smooth and shiny silk fabric, fabric made of satin or brocade. There are many varieties of satin. There is only one type of warp and weft in the satin weave that covers the surface in a floating form and covers the other evenly distributed individual tissue points.
Common satin surfaces include floral soft satin, plain soft satin, brocade, and antique satin. Flower soft satin, brocade satin, antique satin can be used as cheongsam, quilt, cotton jacket, etc.
Therefore, the surface of the fabric is smooth and shiny. Warp floats are called warp satin that covers the surface; weft floats are called weft satin that covers the surface. Satin fabrics are the most technically complex silk products, the most colorful fabric appearance, and the highest level of craftsmanship. Its characteristics: smooth and bright, soft texture. Antique satin and brocade satin have various patterns, rich colors, fine lines, magnificent and magnificent, with ethnic style and hometown color. Most Tang suits use such fabrics as fabrics.
Types of satin: antique satin, crystal satin, semi-wave satin, satin satin, jacquard slub, silk brocade, polyester satin, rayon soft satin, silk crepe satin, silk satin.

Satin wash:
Some varieties are not suitable for washing, such as soft satin, brocade, antique satin, etc.; they can be washed with water, but neutral soap or high-grade soap flakes and high-grade synthetic detergent should be used. First melt the soap with hot water, and put all the clothes in after cooling. Dip, then gently scrub with a large amount, rinse with water after washing, press the fabric with both hands.
As the mulberry silk is poorly resistant to sunlight, the clothes should be placed in a cool place with the reverse side facing out when drying, and when they are 80% dry, they should be removed and ironed with a medium-temperature iron to keep the clothes gloss and durable. Avoid spraying during ironing. Water, avoid ironing the front side to avoid water stains. When washing, if you can add a little vinegar to the water, the washed clothes will be brighter.