Chenille cloth is a kind of cloth, the English name […]
Chenille cloth is a kind of cloth, the English name literally translates to chenille thread, chenille fabric, usually used as a decorative cloth. At present, chenille carpet fabric exported to foreign countries are all dyed with reactive dyeing. However, in order to reduce costs and achieve the purpose of seizing the market, many small factories in China use general dyeing. So how do you determine the quality of these chenille rugs?
The first point is to look at the dyeing. Good chenille carpets are dyed with reactive and environmentally friendly dyeing, and their color fastness reaches three to four levels to be regarded as standard reactive dyeing. Why do chenille carpets need to be dyed first? Because reactive environmentally friendly dyeing refers to the fact that dyed chenille carpets do not contain azo and other toxic chemicals that are harmful to people.
The second is to look at the pile effect. To test whether the quality of a chenille carpet is good, it depends on the pile on the surface. If the thickness of the pile is uneven, that is to say, there are dimples at the root of the pile, which are relatively thick and the top of the pile is relatively thick. Fine, that's not a good chenille rug. A good chenille rug is that the top of the pile is as thick as the root, and a cotton chenille rug is shaken and then laid on the ground. If all the piles are neatly facing one side, it is the best. The product. Now the pile of standard chenille carpet is about 3cm on average.
The last point is the density and gram weight. A chenille carpet with high density is not necessarily a good carpet, because if the density is high and the pile is very short, or the pile with high density is particularly high, the overall effect of that kind of ground looks very bad. The most standard cotton chenille carpets exported now have a gram weight of 1500-1600 g/square meter and an average pile of about 3cm. This kind of pile effect is the best.