There are three ways to distinguish between artificial […]
There are three ways to distinguish between artificial silk fabrics and real silk fabrics. The first method is to compare by price. The price of artificial silk fabrics is generally cheaper, less than half of that of real silk fabrics, so it is easy to distinguish in terms of price. The second method is to compare by gloss. Silk fabrics are generally very shiny, and they will sparkle in the sun. Although the artificial silk fabrics are also shiny, they will not sparkle in the sun, because the fibers contained in the artificial silk fabrics are relatively few. The third method is to identify by texture. Silk fabrics are generally soft to the touch, while the texture of imitation silk fabrics is a bit hard, which is very easy to distinguish.
Silk fabrics are relative to simulated silk fabrics, generally referring to silk, including mulberry silk, tussah silk, castor silk, cassava silk, etc. It is a rather expensive fabric, widely used in clothing and furniture, and is known for its ease of care and comfort and breathability. Its skin-friendly properties are unmatched by all other fabrics.
Silk fabrics are divided into 15 categories according to the fabric structure, warp and weft combination, processing technology and silk varieties that express the shape of the silk surface. Among them, except for yarn, Luo, and velvet, regardless of flower and terrestrial organization, other categories are based on terrestrial organization. Each type of silk surface can have the performance of plain (training, bleaching, dyeing) or flower (weaving, printing).