Among hotel mattress fabrics, various styles and styles of fabrics will give consumers more choices. Among them, satin and jacquard fabrics are the most common. However, people often ask me whether jacquard and printing are the same ? So I will talk about their differences today.
What is a jacquard fabric?
Jacquard fabric is the uneven pattern formed by interlacing warp and weft threads. Jacquard fabric is a big category in the textile category. As early as the ancient Silk Road, jacquard fabrics became famous all over the world.
The difference between jacquard and printing?
Jacquard: Jacquard uses different processes on the machine to make the fabric have different stripes, form patterns, and have a slight bumpy feel. After the fabric is formed, you cannot choose flowers.
Printing: Printed fabrics are printed after the cloth is woven. There are reactive printing and general printing. There are a variety of colors to choose. The printing is flat, with clear patterns on the front and blurry patterns on the back. The jacquard fabric patterns are more three-dimensional, which will increase the thickness of the fabric. You can touch it with your hands.
At this time, someone might confuse embroidery with printing. Embroidery means that after the cloth is woven, the pattern is embroidered by a machine (in general). Compared with printing, it will not fade during washing and has good breathability and moisture absorption.
Generally, jacquard fabrics are more upscale, and they are the favored choice of many star hotels. After you know these characteristics, you can buy the mattress fabric you want.