The sheep wool fabric with the 95% wool is regarded as pure wool fabric.
Worsted-spun yarns made of long, straight fibers are smoother, lighter and more lustrous than woollen-spun yarns. Therefore, worsted wool fabric is relatively expansive.
When you buy a suit or wool fabric, the chances are that you will see a SUPER Number advertised, and the higher the number, the more you are asked to pay.
Spandex, or Lycra, is a man-made fiber known for its exceptional elasticity which allows the fiber to stretch up to 5-8 times of its length and then recover to its original shape. A variety of clothing with excellent resilience and recovery performance can be produced by combining natural fiber or man-made fiber with small amounts of spandex, such as sportswear, swimsuit, underwear, shirt and children's clothing.
A variety of pure wool fabric or wool blend fabric made of wool can be used to make clothing and any other household textiles, such as flannel fabric, gabardine fabric, serge fabric, sharkskin fabric, fancy fabric, doeskin fabric, valentin fabric and so on.
The manufacturing system of worsted wool involves a complex process which can be divided into carding, gilling, combing, spinning, knitting, weaving, dyeing & bleaching, finishing, make-up and so on. Equipped with advanced textile machines and textile technology, we have a long history of creating high quality worsted wool fabrics.
The appropriate way to wash high-end wool clothing is dry cleaning.
Mild detergents can be used for hand-washing other wool clothing.
Do not wring the wool clothing.
To dry, lay it on a flat surface away from direct sunlight and heat.
Be sure your wool clothing is totally clean and dry before storing.
Hang it on an appropriate clothes hanger in a cool place with cedar wood blocks or moth balls to get rid of any moths.
Provide space between neighboring wool clothing and do not fold them.