Different Cut Pile Fabric Respond Differently To Cleaning

  • Pile deformation is a negative phenomenon in cut pile fabric in which the natural crystal grain and consistency of pile fibers change unevenly.

    Only under normal use or minimal use, certain velvets are prone to pile deformation. Just like the wrinkles of linen clothes, linen velvet will crush and form unique shadow patterns. Depending on the angle of viewing the fabric, this will appear as dark or bright spots.

    Here we are not referring to the ability to change the direction of tilt. This will produce beautiful "shadows" of dark and light colors, making the velvet look rich.

    Although their structures are similar, velvet fabrics with different pile fibers respond completely to cleaning.

    Dirt and stains and steps to remove stains can sometimes cause extreme, irreversible deformation. It is characterized by the appearance of spots, uneven fuzzing or even collapse of the napped surface of the fabric. Even after removing harmful substances for a long time, it may seriously damage the appearance of the fabric.

    Just like hair. When combed or brushed in a damp state, the hair-like fibers and yarns of velvet also become dull due to moisture and/or pressure.

    Although in some cases, protective treatments that control moisture absorption can reduce the severity of the problem, when dealing with each different velvet structure and fiber type, customized expert guidance is required to ensure effective prevention or correction.