Nylon blended fabrics are made from nylon filaments or staple fibers blended or interwoven with other fibers to combine the characteristics and strengths of each fiber. For example, Glue/Jinhuada is made of 15% nylon and 85% viscose blended yarn, which is twice as dense as the weft density, and is thick and tough.
Nylon 6 and nylon 66 are commonly used in nylon blended fabrics on the market. Their common feature is that they have good low temperature resistance. When the temperature is below 70 °C, the rebound resilience does not change much. Its DC conductivity is very low, it is easy to generate static electricity due to friction during processing, its conductivity increases with increasing moisture absorption rate, and increases exponentially with increasing humidity. It has strong anti-microbial ability, and its ability to resist microbial action in sludge water or alkali is second only to polyvinyl chloride. In terms of chemical properties, nylon 6,66 filaments are resistant to alkali and to reducing agents.
Nylon blended fabrics do not require high detergents. The water temperature should not exceed 40 degrees, so as to avoid the temperature being too hot. Do not mammoth when washing, so as to avoid small hairballs. After washing the light fabrics, it should be washed several times, otherwise it will be easy for a long time. Yellowing; avoid exposure to the sun and drying, should be dry; to low temperature ironing, must be steamed, not dry.