Bedding Published by Mandel Aubin, Tuesday, October 31st 2017, 13:44:29 PM.
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.
The Most Common Colors While of course there are really an unlimited number of colors available, there are a few which are the most popular. White is without a doubt the most common, and it is elegant, easy to match, and clean looking. Yellow, blue and red are also very often used particularly with whites as well as off-whites and with floral patterns. And don‵t forget pink shabby chic bedding which will surely make your room more feminine. Pink and white also happens to make a gorgeous combination.
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.
And since there is such a high demand, many manufacturers have come out with their own shabby chic lines. This is perfect for the consumer since it means high quality bedding that is brand new but has that vintage style and look.
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