The Complexity

Middle – a top-selling material, separated into classes depending on the complexity of production technology, the country of origin and relevance colors. For example, chenille and Floki without protective impregnation is estimated lower than the same cloth,. And with equal value, the resilience of a higher category will get that fabric, the design of which looks modern and trendy. Natural or synthetic? The composition of fabric buyer inevitably draws attention when it comes to price: natural – hence, expensive. Except, perhaps, is the only cotton, but the area its application is limited. Although it is generally assumed to cotton fabric with printed pattern (not obtained through the weave, and hard copy). Among mothers with a similar pattern (so-called printed or typed flapping) occur following compositions: 75% cotton and 25% polyester and are marked CANVAS OTTOMAN; 25% cotton and 75% polyester – SARGA. Ingredients SARGA proven to be more stable: it keeps the paint, and therefore more expensive.

For natural tissues difficult to care for, under the influence of moisture, they can give strong shrinkage. Typically, they are forbidden to wash and wring out in a centrifuge and dried in the sun. In addition, they are very rumpled. Synthetic material is better kept dye and a light resistance. Therefore, most of the material consists of natural and synthetic fibers in varying percentages. Tissue foundation flock usually consists of 35% cotton and 65% polyester. Velour produced with high content of polyester, but there is a category of very expensive natural velours. Chenille can be a mixture of acrylic, cotton and viscose, but is purely synthetic Chenille entirely formed from polyester.