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The difference between polyester, nylon and oxford

Polyester is a kind of synthetic fiber. It is a raw material of elastic chemical fiber fabric. It is not a kind of fabric itself. Polyester is the former name. name. Polyester fabric has high strength and elastic recovery ability, so it is anti-wrinkle, non-iron, difficult to deform, and good dimensional stability. Nylon is nylon, which can be called Nylon, polyamide fiber. The advantages are high strength, high wear resistance, high chemical resistance and good resistance to deformation and aging. The disadvantage is that it feels hard. 210D Oxford cloth is the name of a grey cloth (a structure of cloth),

Polyester is a kind of synthetic fiber. It is a raw material of elastic chemical fiber fabric. It is not a kind of fabric itself. Polyester is the former name. name. Polyester fabric has high strength and elastic recovery ability, so it is anti-wrinkle, non-iron, difficult to deform, and good dimensional stability.

Nylon is nylon, which can be called Nylon, polyamide fiber. The advantages are high strength, high wear resistance, high chemical resistance and good resistance to deformation and aging. The disadvantage is that it feels hard.

Oxford cloth is the name of a grey cloth (a structure of cloth). It can be woven using polyester and nylon materials. Different warp yarns and weft yarns, different warp and weft densities, different yarn counts, and different styles of Oxford fabrics will be woven.

Oxford cloth can be nylon or polyester, and nylon is twice as expensive as polyester. So choose high cost performance or polyester Oxford cloth.

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