● The difference between printed cloth: from the process of coloring, coloring, fixing to post-processing, etc., due to the lack of absolute control of time and temperature, even due to the difference in the operation of the machine, etc., caused by many external factors .
●The yarn end and crease phenomenon appear on the elastic gauze: In order to find the sag and elasticity of the fabric, the crepe must be twisted before the weaving (in revolutions). The higher the number of revolutions, the better the sag and elasticity. The yarn end is inevitable; the subsequent processing of the elastic gauze (such as shaping) is easier to crease than the flat woven fabric.
● Easy to crack phenomenon: Due to organizational relationship, and new raw materials, many variables, it is difficult to avoid.
● Wool hair ball phenomenon: wool is short fiber, and the natural hair is curled. In the textile process, it is artificially straightened. After wearing for a long time, the loose part of the hair restores its originality, so it will fluff. In addition, the surface of the wool has a scale structure. Because of the protection of the scales, the wool has heat preservation properties. At the same time, because the wool is particularly afraid of hot water, high temperature and high pressure friction, once the above conditions are encountered, the fibers are easily entangled and the hair balls are raised. These are normal phenomena during wearing, and if there is no raising, it means that the amount of hair is very small. Daily care can be done with a hair ball cleaner (roller) or with scissors, so do not pull or pull.