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The fibers used to produce paintings

The fibers used to produce paintings

Cotton - plant fiber derived from cotton bolls . Cotton is a thin, short , soft fluffy fibers . The main advantages of natural cotton products include: hygiene , durability , resistance to alkali (in other words , to washing ) . Cotton breathes well and absorbs moisture . Cotton clothing is always nice to wear , it is soft , comfortable and indispensable in everyday wear . Also, one should always remember that the direct rays of the sun lowers the level of strength of cotton and things may fade .

 

Elastane ( spandex ) - highly elastic synthetic yarn that can be stretched to a size four to seven times its original length . And then shrink to its original length . Elastane makes elastic and durable fabric , has a small creases . Used only in small quantities in combination with other types of fibers , both natural and synthetic. For all fabrics with elastane fibers , there are general rules should be used in washing detergents for delicate fabrics and do not resort to using dryers . Temperature laundry depends on what other fibers included in the fabric.

 

Polyester ( polyester) - the most diverse of all synthetic fibers.

Polyester is very durable , good fixes form when heated , allowing the canvas well keep all sorts of folds and corrugation .

Polyester fabric with water-resistant , retains its shape , do not crumple resistant to sunlight. Jersey of polyester fibers is recommended to dry unfolded . At low temperature polyester can be dried in a drying device , it is possible and dry cleaning .

 

Polyamide ( nylon) - synthetic fibers , with properties similar to the polyester fibers. The polyamide fiber has a very high strength synthetic fibers of all tensile and abrasion resistant to many chemicals , is easily stained . Polyamide fiber is more sensitive to heat than polyester . Therefore, you should carefully follow the temperature recommendations for the care of the product.