What are the differences between the three fuzzing processes of sanding, scratching, and brushing?


It refers to using a sanding roller or metal roller to rub against the fabric surface, and combining different sanding mesh numbers for different fabrics to achieve the expected sanding effect.

The general principle is to use high grit sanding for high count yarns, and low grit sanding for low count yarns. The sanding rollers have both forward and reverse rotation, and odd numbered sanding rollers are generally used.

Scratch hair

It is using a steel wire bending needle at a certain angle to insert into the inside of the yarn, hook out the fibers, and form fuzz, which is the same meaning as plucking, it is just a different statement. Different fabrics use different steel needles, which can be divided into round and pointed ends. Generally speaking, cotton fabrics use pointed ends, while wool fabrics use round ends.

Brush bristles

It uses a brush like bristle roller to sweep over the fabric surface, using different bristle rollers for different fabrics and treatments, including pig bristle brushes, steel wire brushes, carbon fiber brushes, and ceramic fiber brushes.

Simple handling involves using a bristle brush, such as a brush cloth before singeing; Steel wire brushes are generally fabrics that require severe fuzzing, such as knitted velvet; Carbon fiber brush is used for high-end cotton fabrics, and the surface treatment requires precision; The use of ceramic fibers for more precise processing requirements.

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