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        The characteristics, classification, and maintenance of jacquard cotton fabrics

        Jacquard cotton, also known as cotton jacquard, is a type of fabric that is different from printed cotton. It is often composed of interwoven warp and weft threads in different directions, and has uneven patterns. The embroidery of printed cotton is printed and dyed during the post-processing, unlike jacquard cotton, which weaves patterns during the textile process. It can also weave different patterns according to different fabric substrates, forming different color contrasts.

        The characteristics and classification of jacquard cotton fabrics

        Jacquard cotton is a fabric that is very suitable for a wide range of people and can often be made into clothing or bedding. Due to its ease of maintenance, it is very comfortable to wear in daily life, and is also lightweight, smooth, and breathable, making it very popular. However, jacquard cotton also has its drawbacks, such as being prone to color fading and losing its elasticity over time. It is not advisable to expose it to excessive sunlight during washing.

        According to the different methods of weaving jacquard cotton, there are three different types of jacquard cotton fabrics: plain, twill, and satin, resulting in different sensory effects.

        Maintenance methods for jacquard cotton fabrics

        Firstly, for the water washing of jacquard cotton fabric clothing, which is not suitable for washing in a washing machine, it is best to soak the clothes in cold and clean water for about five to ten minutes. Then, use low foaming laundry detergent or neutral soap to gently wash them; After washing, clothes should not be exposed to direct sunlight or dried using a dryer. The best maintenance method is to place them in a cool and ventilated place to air dry naturally, as the ultraviolet rays in the sunlight can easily cause fading and aging of the jacquard cotton fabric. Moreover, after washing, do not use force to twist the water to avoid wrinkles. It should be gently shaken and dried; When storing clothing made of jacquard cotton fabric that is temporarily not worn, it is necessary to wash it thoroughly, then iron it dry before storing it to prevent mold or bacterial growth.