Cotton is still one of the most important textile materials, thanks to its excellent properties. About 96% of the cotton fiber is cellulose. It can withstand temperatures up to 120 ° C, then yellowish. It ignites at 150 ° C and burns with a lively flame and characteristic odor. Acids dissolve, swell from alkalis and twist their nipples so they become brighter (based on the method of a breeder, so-called mercerization). Organic solvents do not damage. It can bind a lot of water (about 25% of its dry weight), so it dries hard. It swells wet, its strands become shorter - it shrinks when it is washed, and the cotton items go together. Stretching under load, this stretch can reach 6-10% until the tear. Sunlight is yellowing. Good electrical insulator but not electrostatic charge. Excellent coloring and whitening. Can be used for clothing, depending on the type of home fabric, furniture cover, curtains, decoration material, wall protector and weaving.
It is a thermoplastic with good electrical and thermal insulation properties. Its molecules are extremely long (up to thousands of atoms). they form a polymer chain which, in tandem with one another, gives the material structure. Some of its types are used as fibrous materials in the textile industry for the production of textiles, curtains, yarns, ropes. Cotton-polyester-based so-called. mixed fiber textiles.
UV standing canvas:
Exterior impregnated or non-stick lacquers with high weather resistance and strong ultraviolet sunlight. Material: Dralon (acrylic fiber) or 100% polyester.
Dried wax cloth made with traditional technology is nowhere to be found. Washable tablecloths are nowadays made predominantly in the following way: Non-woven fabrics are laminated with PVC film to provide a waterproof coating. Kindergartens, schools, and households are also recommended for outdoor use. It is produced in both patterned and monochrome versions.