Chemical Fiber Curtains Polyester curtains Poly […]
Chemical Fiber Curtains
Polyester is actually a name for polyester fiber, and many fabrics for household window decorations are made of polyester. Even if it is washed in a washing machine, it is not easy to be deformed, because the advantages of polyester are that it is soft and has strong wrinkle resistance, is relatively durable, and has a low shrinkage rate. And if it is in a room on a higher floor, the curtains used for the windows must be treated with fire prevention, so the curtains need to be considered non-flammable in the event of an emergency fire. Then polyester is not flammable, and the burning speed is slow.
Acrylic can be processed into different acrylic products by different processing methods and different materials, such as acrylic fiber, acrylic cotton and yarn. Like polyester, it is commonly used in curtains and is similar to polyester where it is soft and hard to wrinkle. The difference is that it is not a fireproof material.
Man-made fiber is contained in chemical fiber, which is a material with good dyeability and easy processing. Can easily print the print on the curtain. The downside is that it is prone to wrinkling and shrinks considerably when wet with water.
Curtains Made of Natural Fibers
If you value texture, it is best to choose natural fiber curtains. Linen fabric has excellent water and heat resistance, and is moisture and breathable. The appearance of the material gives a very natural feeling, with a unique sense of purity, and it is a texture that cannot be polished with chemical fibers.
Cotton with good dye coloration is also used for printed curtains. The floral pattern printed on cotton material looks like embroidery. The cotton material can be said to be soft in texture and bright in color. With excellent moisture resistance, it can reduce about 97% of the UV function.