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What Is The Difference Between Organic Cotton And Pure Cotton?

- Nov 19, 2018 -

What Is The Difference Between Organic Cotton And Pure Cotton?

1. Definition

Organic cotton: Organic cotton is a kind of pure natural and pollution-free cotton. In agricultural production, organic fertilizer, biological control of pests and diseases, and natural farming management are the mainstays. Chemicals are not allowed, and no pollution is required in the production spinning process.

Pure cotton: Pure cotton fabric is made of cotton as raw material, through the weaving machine, the warp and weft yarns are vertically and horizontally suspended and intertwined. At present, according to the actual processed cotton source, it is divided into primary cotton fabric and recycled cotton fabric, and there are added chemicals.

2. Characteristics

Organic cotton has the characteristics of ecology, green and environmental protection. The organic cotton woven fabric has bright luster, soft handfeel, excellent resilience, drapability and abrasion resistance; it has unique antibacterial and deodorizing properties; alleviates allergic symptoms and alleviates Symptoms of skin discomfort caused by normal fabrics, such as rashes; are more conducive to caring for children's skin care; summer use makes people feel particularly cool. Fluffy comfort in winter and excess heat and moisture in the body.

Cotton fiber has good hygroscopicity, heat preservation, heat resistance, alkali resistance and hygiene. Under normal conditions, the fiber absorbs moisture into the surrounding atmosphere, and its moisture content is 8-10%, so it contacts human skin and makes people feel soft and not stiff. Since cotton fiber is a poor conductor of heat and electricity, the heat transfer coefficient is extremely low, and because the cotton fiber itself has porosity and high elasticity, a large amount of air can be accumulated between the fibers, and wearing a cotton fabric garment makes the person feel warm.