Elastic

Elastic fabrics

The name of elastic fabrics is self-explanatory, since their main characteristic is the ability to stretch well and not wrinkle. Both natural and synthetic materials can be elastic. This feature is ensured by the presence of special fibers in their composition.

Cotton is elastic when it fits well and is comfortable to the body. The high elasticity also has the material with the composition that includes a large percentage of sheep's wool. The material is also lengthened well, it is soft and light, and does not fold.

We talked about natural elastic fibers, but as for synthetic materials, viscose has a great elasticity. The clothes of this material are easy to wash and they do not fold.

Elastane is the most elastic fiber, since this fabric can stretch about seven times and return to its previous state without changing the initial shape of the product. The filaments of this fiber are very resistant and are not susceptible to mechanical influence. They do not bend and do not fade in the sun.

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