1. Anti-static home textile fabrics In the field of household textiles, synthetic fibers make up for the shortage of natural fibers and are used in large quantities, but their hygroscopicity is poor, and it is easy to accumulate static electricity. The woven textiles are easy to vacuum, stain, and poorly breathable. It can cause electric shock and even cause a fire. Therefore, it is desirable for textiles to have antistatic properties, that is, the fabric itself can eliminate static electricity. At present, there are two antistatic methods: one is antistatic finishing of the fabric, and an antistatic finishing agent is used in the finishing to introduce a hydrophilic film on the surface of the fiber, which can improve the moisture absorption of the fabric and reduce the friction coefficient and The surface specific resistance; the second is to first make the fiber into a conductive fiber, and then woven the conductive fiber into a fabric. Antistatic fabrics have been well used in home textile products such as bedding and curtains.
2. Antibacterial home textile fabrics Textile fabrics with antibacterial function play an extremely important role in preventing the infestation of pathogens. The daily necessities made of antibacterial functional textile fabrics have gradually been valued by people, and with the development of science and technology, extensive and deep The ground radiates into the details of life. If textiles and household items made of anti-mite antibacterial fiber are used, it can not only suppress and drive cockroaches, but also effectively prevent the occurrence of skin diseases related to dust mites. It can also antibacterial and inhibit the reproduction of bacteria, thereby improving the living environment of people. purpose. Antibacterial household textiles can be obtained by post-coating or resin treatment on fabrics, and natural finishing textiles are commonly used in such finishing techniques. The antibacterial agent may also be added to the fiber stock solution for blending and spinning, or the ordinary fiber grafted antibacterial agent may be used to prepare the antibacterial fiber, and then the antibacterial fiber is woven, thereby obtaining an antibacterial household textile. Currently widely used antibacterial products include bedding, cotton, bed sheets, towels, towels, cotton blankets, carpets, bathrobes, rags, sofa fabrics, wall coverings, mops, tablecloths, napkins, shower curtains, and the like.
Third, the anti-UV home textile fabric UV damage to the human body, if people are exposed to ultraviolet light for a long time, it will produce dermatitis, pigmentation, accelerated skin aging, and even cancer. If the textile can be made into UV-resistant textiles, the damage to the human body will be greatly reduced. There are two treatment methods for anti-ultraviolet radiation: one is finishing method; the other is directly making anti-ultraviolet fiber, and then weaving the fiber into fabric. The so-called anti-ultraviolet fiber is obtained by melt-spinning the ultraviolet shielding agent into anti-ultraviolet fiber, and the matrix has synthetic fiber or artificial fiber. The fabric of the fiber has a shielding rate of more than 95% for ultraviolet rays, and is suitable for household ultraviolet rays such as curtains. textile