What is the difference between soft and hard non-woven fabrics?
non-woven fabrics are actually made of many kinds of fabrics, such as new materials, ordinary materials, peritoneal materials and so on. In terms of hand feel, it is actually the difference between soft and hard. Now let me introduce the difference between soft and hard non-woven fabrics.
There are more rigid materials on the market now. In fact, the softness or hardness of the fabric is achieved by controlling the temperature during the production process. The material produced at high temperature will be softer, on the contrary it will be harder.
The soft material feels very soft, close to the real knitted fabric. The fabric has good toughness, strong tensile force and is not easy to tear, but the hand feels thinner when the fabric is soft. After the fabric is hard, the same heavy fabric feels much thicker than the material. Many manufacturers of bad non-woven bags use this to cut corners. Since the non-woven fabric is also produced from plastic pellets, if it is too hard, the tensile force is obviously not good, and it is very easy to break.
Therefore, when customizing non-woven fabrics, customers must first locate their own requirements. If the feel and appearance are important, then rigid fabrics are used. If you pay more attention to the load-bearing and tensile strength of non-woven fabrics, you generally choose soft materials, which will have better firmness.