Bedding Published by Mandel Aubin, Wednesday, November 01st 2017, 10:45:42 AM.
Most likely everyone knows what polyester is. But what exactly is it other than a type of fabric used for soft and comfortable bedding? Where did it come from, how long has it been around and who discovered it?
Fabrics of polyester material are highly stain resistant and for that reason have to be dyed with what is called dispersed dyes. These dyes are water insoluble and are the smallest molecules found in any dye and are the only dyes that can be used effectively. Polyester has properties of strength as well as water resistance and wind resistance qualities.
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.
First of all, identify the bedding which is helpful in the summer to keep you cool. Quilts, Blankets, Duvets, Bed Sheets, Comforters are used for the bedding. 1. A quilt is a combination of different layers stuffed with cotton or fiber. The layers are stitched in such a way the stuffed material will remain intact with the stitched pattern. Quilts help to retain the temperature and offer warmth to the user. But are not advised for summer bedding. Wool Cotton Quilts are light and breathable. So, choose Wool Cotton Quilts over normal Quilts for the summer.
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