Bedding Published by Mandel Aubin, Friday, October 06th 2017, 21:16:17 PM.
Cotton Vs Linen When it comes to natural fibers, many people got stuck at the crossroads of Linen and Cotton. Linen is made from the stalk of the Flax plant. It is stronger than cotton fiber. It has a high moisture absorbing capacity and eco-friendly. It has a high breathing capacity, which allows the air to circulate. Structurally, it is stronger and will not deform. It is also hypoallergenic which makes it the best choice for baby bedding. Linen is also referred as nature‵s wicker.
In 1941 the first patent was issued for a polyester fiber initially named Terylene or Dacron. Nylon fabric was a precursor but was inferior in resilience and toughness. So in the late 1930‵s there was an interest to find new synthetic material to exceed the qualities of nylon. Thus emerged the new Dacron material.
Not only is it used as a fabric for clothing, it is also used as bedding fabric in sheets, blankets, upholstery and also used as cushioning in decorative pillows and bed pillows, down alternative comforters, as well as other padding.
As you can see, the fact that is so appealing to so many people has made shabby chic bedding an even more affordable and durable option than ever before. From white to pink and in a ton of combinations and patterns you can have a lot of fun choosing and accessorizing your bedding. But of course don‵t forget to check out sets for value.
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