Are you aware of the content tags in costume when you buy clothes?

The proportion of the ingredients, such as feathers and feathers in the feather coat, or perhaps the most familiar ” of lycra ” lycra), is not the same as that of the skin, but the impact on the skin is different.

Generally, the content of the costume is indicated by English. It is not easy to read the terminology in English, let alone to recognize them?Today, let's first recognize the common clothing ingredients and their English language!

The main source of clothing used for making costumes is plant fibre, animal fibre, and man-made fibre.

Common plant fibres have cotton (cutton), flax (flax), and silk (silk), and common animal fibres are wool (wool).Plant fibre products such as cotton hemp can be kept warm, and it also has the characteristics of sweat-absorbing or air-permeable, and the silk in the animal fibre is smooth and soft and has beautiful gloss.

But natural plants and animal fibres are already unused due to the volume and function of the clothing, and most of the apparel now used is man-made fibres, and man-made fibres can be divided into two main categories: recycled fibre and synthetic fibres.The difference is that the regenerated cellulose is made from natural plant cellulose, which has luster and stable properties, and is easily dyed with plants. The synthetic fibre is made from chemical raw materials.

Now we are doing a piece of clothing that is compared to teaching in English!

(with acyonitrile 85 %)

Cotton cotton fur leather
wood cotton kapok fur
linen flax rayon or multi-computer rayon or polynosic
marijuana hemp acid-acid fibers acetate
jute jute trismic acid fibers triacetate
ramie ramie nylon nylon
manila abaca polyamide fiber
silk silk polyester fiber polyester
wool wool

Polyacrylic fibers or acryl fibers

Acrylic fibers modacrylic polyalkylene fibers olefin
polyethylene polyethylene polypropylene polypylene
aromatic polyamide fiber aramid rubber rubber
elastic fibers elastroic or spandex metal fibers metallic

As long as there are ” polyand ” s-words, ” is a type of synthetic fiber!

There is also a method of identifying whether it is a natural or synthetic fibre: a fire.In the case of natural fibres from animals such as wool, silk, and so on, the smell of feathers will be emitted when burning; if they are natural fibres from plants, the smell is emitted as when burning the filter paper, while many synthetic fibres burn, and the ends of the filaments are spherical.

(But you shouldn't want to burn your clothes down, would you?)

source: CTI