Advantages and Disadvantages of Viscose Fabrics
In the field of clothing and textiles, viscose fiber is extracted from wood fiber. Strictly speaking, viscose is also a kind of natural fiber.
Advantages of Viscose Fabrics：
The viscose fabric has a hygroscopicity comparable to that of pure cotton, which can maintain the humidity of the clothes in the most skin-friendly ratio, and all viscose clothes are extremely comfortable after wearing. In addition, viscose is also very breathable, so wearing these clothes will not feel as stuffy as polyester.
Viscose fabric also has the functions of anti-static and anti-ultraviolet. After the clothes are rubbed, it is not easy to generate static electricity, which can greatly reduce the impact of external factors on the human body. In terms of wear resistance, viscose is stronger than pure cotton and inferior to chemical fiber. The fabric is also not easy to break and break. The dyeability of viscose is also very good, and most of the viscose fabrics we see are colorful.
Disadvantages of Viscose Fabrics：
The elasticity of this kind of fabric is not good, and it is easy to leave wrinkles after washing or folding. Therefore, it should be ironed after wrinkling or shrinking. Secondly, viscose is not resistant to acid and alkali, and the clothes are easily corroded and deteriorated. Avoid acids and bases as much as possible. When washing, remember to choose a neutral detergent.