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What is the difference between nylon fabric and polyester fabric?

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Hangzhou Xiaoshan Zhengda Textile Co., Ltd. is an enterprise specializing in the research, development, production and trade of Oxford cloth and apparel fabrics. Our products include Oxford cloth, jacquard cloth, etc., and its applications range from clothing to luggage, luggage and other outdoor sports goods. We also sell pvc coated fabric.

Polyester feels rougher, while nylon feels smoother. In addition, you can use nails to scrape. After nail scraping, there are obvious traces of tape, and the less obvious traces of nylon.

The simplest difference between nylon and polyester is the burning method. Polyester emits very strong black smoke, nylon emits white smoke, and the residue after combustion. Polyester is crushed and nylon becomes plastic. In terms of price Nylon is twice that of polyester.

Nylon generally has good elasticity, and the dyeing temperature is 100 degrees. It is dyed with neutral or acid dyes. The high temperature resistance is worse than polyester, but the strength is better, pilling resistance is good, and the color of the smoke is whitish when burned with fire. The polyester burned up with black smoke, and black ash followed. The dyeing temperature is 130 degrees (high temperature and high pressure), and the hot-melt method is generally baked below 200 degrees. The main characteristics of polyester have good stability. Generally, adding a small amount of polyester to clothes can help anti-wrinkle and plasticity. The disadvantage is that it is easy to be static and easy to pilling.

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