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|Features:||Healthy Dyeing, Environmental, Soft, No Shedding||Product Name:||Imitation Animal Plush Faux Fur Fabric Mixed Color Environmental Friendly|
|Yarn Count:||3D/5D/11D||Use:||Auto Upholstery, Garment, Boots,toys,hometextile Etc.|
|MOQ:||300M/color||Service:||OEM And ODM|
faux fur craft fabric,
washable faux fur fabric
Imitation Animal Plush Faux Fur Fabric Mixed Color Environmental Friendly
Wholesale Faux fur Fabrics, made in china, cheap and fine
A variety of colors and varieties as following:
Exotic, Shaggy, Mongolian, Sheepskin, Bearskins, Wolf, Fox, Raccoon.Animal Print,
Chinchilla, Cow Hide, Camel, Mink, Acrylics and Polyesters, Leopard, etc...
More than 3000 Designs, 100 % Animal Friendly.
USES: Perfect for blanket, home textile, car cover, jacket hoodies, warm bedspreads, jacket linings, hats, costumes, Beanies, shawl, scarf, spirit hoods, fluffies, leg warmers, plushies, photography props and much more.
Process of placing an order :
Characteristics of faux fur fabric:
faux fur fabric is very soft looks like the real animal skin.
gentle, beautiful, Unique style, plush neat, uniform color, pattern, good elasticity, light and warm, moisture, anti-mold moth-proofing, easy to collect, low price
Advantages of faux fur fabric
it uses chemical fiber fabric as raw material, can reduce the use of animal fur indirectly protect animals, to a certain extent, reduce the possibility of animal extinction
The cost of faux fur fabric is much lower than that of real fur. It is economically acceptable, and it is easy to dye into any color.because faux fur uses synthetic fiber as the raw material , so it do not need to be as careful as maintaining real fur on nurse , good durability and durability
We are one of the largest plush faux fur factories in China and our fabrics have been certified by OEKO-TEX
To ensure the quality of fake fur, we monitor the product during each phase of production. This process begins with an inspection of the incoming raw materials and continues with the finished fibers that are produced in the polymerization reactions. These fibers are subjected to a battery of physical and chemical tests to show that they meet the specifications previously developed.
Some of the characteristics that are tested include pH, appearance, density, and melting point. Other things such as fiber elasticity, resilience, can also be tested.
in addition to the manufacturer's own standards, more rigorous tests can also be performed.such as shrinkage rate.Color fastness.hair shedding rate.pilling.Tear fastness.
For any questions or requests please contact us before placing the order, not in the note section at the end of transaction in order to prevent any miscommunication or inconvenience.
If you are interested in buying more than 25 yards, please contact us for our wholesale prices.
|Product Name||Imitation Animal Plush Faux Fur Fabric Mixed Color Environmental Friendly|
|Width||58inch to 60inch|
|Pile height||48mm. can be done the longest pile: 120mm|
|Color||brown or customized color|
rolls package , quantity per roll: aproximate 30m/roll to 40m/roll
|Sample time||7 days|
|Delivery time||18-20days after sample confirmed|
|Characteristics||warm,soft ,health dyeing and smooth, not shedding off|
|Usage||adult dress, garment, kid's ware, doll, and also fit for making blankets, mats, gloves, hats,home textiles etc.|
|Payment term||L/C at sight or TT(30% deposite,70% paid against the copy of B/L),western Union,cash|
Place of origin
We can offer series of faux fur fabric according to customers' requirements with different color and styles.
Fake furs are made with a variety of materials. The bulk fibers are typically composed of polymers, including acrylics, modacrylics, or appropriate blends of these polymers. Acrylic polymers are made from chemicals derived from coal, air, water, petroleum, and limestone. They are the result of a chemical reaction of an acrylonitrile monomer under conditions of elevated pressure and heat.
For fake furs, secondary monomers are also added to improve the ability of the acrylic fibers to absorb dyes. Modacrylic polymers are copolymers made by the reaction of acrylonitrile and vinyl chloride monomers. These fibers are particularly useful for fake furs because they can be easily dyed with animal-like colors and have a natural fire retardance.
Modacrylic and acrylic polymers have other characteristics that make them useful in fake fur manufacture. They are light-weight and springy, imparting a fluffy quality to the garment. They are also highly resistant to heat, sunlight, soot, and smoke, are strong and resilient, and show good stability during laundering. Since they are thermoplastic polymers, they can be heatset. They resist mildew and are not susceptible to attack from insects. These polymers also have very low moisture absorbency and will dry quickly.
Other naturally occurring fabrics are also used to make fake furs and improve the look and feel of the overall garment. These include materials such as silk, wool, and mohair. Cotton or wool, along with polypropylene, are typically used to make the backings to which the fibers are attached. Rayon, a semisynthetic fiber made from cellulose and cotton linters, is used to supplement acrylic and modacrylic fibers on the garment, as are polyester and nylon. Materials such as silicones and various resins are used to improve the smoothness and luster of fake furs.
To complete the look of a fake fur, dyes and colorants are used. If a true imitation is desired, designers match the color with natural fur. However, fashion designers have found that the fake fur fabric has merits of its own and have started using colors and styles that give it its own new, unique look.
Fake fur, also called faux fur, is known as pile fabric, which is engineered to have the appearance and warmth of animal fur.
It was first introduced on the market in 1929. These early attempts at imitation fur were made using hair from the alpaca, a South American mammal.
In the 1940s, the quality of fake furs was vastly improved by advances in textile manufacture technology. However, the true modern fake furs were not developed until the mid 1950s, with the introduction of acrylic polymers as replacements for alpaca hair.
However, its increasing popularity has been credited to its promotion by animal rights and animal welfare organizations which claim that it is an animal-friendly alternative to traditional fur clothing.
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