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The difference between non-woven fabrics and polyester fabrics
Non-woven fabric: Non-woven fabric or non-woven fabric. Because it is a kind of fabric that does not need spinning woven fabrics, but the orientation of the textile staple fibers or filaments, or random support to form a network structure, and then reinforced by mechanical, thermal adhesive or chemical methods. Non-woven fabrics have broken through the traditional textile principles, and have the characteristics of short process flow, high production speed, high output, low cost, wide use, and many raw material sources.
 
The difference between non-woven fabrics and polyester fabrics
Polyester products: including polyester and polyester. Polyester fiber products include polyester and polyester. Polyester yarns can be processed into false-twisted yarns to weave sliver fabrics for downstream suits, dresses, trousers, or casual wear. Polyester yarns can be processed into false-twisted yarns to weave sliver fabrics for downstream suits, dresses, trousers, or casual wear. Polyester staple fibres can be blended with cotton or other staple fibres, or spun separately into polyester yarns, which are then woven into staple fabrics for downstream apparel garments. Polyester staple fibres can be blended with cotton or other staple fibres, or spun separately into polyester yarns, which are then woven into staple fabrics for downstream apparel garments. In addition, the processed yarn can also be combined with staple fiber to grow staple fiber interwoven fabric. In addition, the processed yarn can also be combined with staple fiber to grow staple fiber interwoven fabric.
 
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