Generally, the dark blue small jacquard silk tie can be roughly divided into dyed silk tie, printed silk tie, dyed polyester tie, printed polyester tie (simulated silk). With the emergence of new products, some wool + silk, or 50% silk + 50% polyester silk ties have appeared, but this type of pattern is not as much as conventional fabric ties. Those so-called South Korean yarns are actually polyester yarns. This is just what some domestic merchants call it. In foreign trade export, it is 100% polyester.
Tie linings can be roughly divided into 4 categories according to the composition, polyester silk lining, pomelo silk lining, wool lining, wool or pomelo silk + polyester silk blend. Originally, the tie should be lined with polyester silk, which is durable and suitable for the characteristics of the tie. Pomelo silk lining and wool lining are basically used for exporting to the United States. Due to the quota system at the time, ties exported to the United States must use natural raw materials, pomelo silk lining and wool lining. Until last year, the quota was cancelled, but customers in the United States have continued to use the pomelo lining and wool lining. The feel is relatively soft, this is the characteristics of pomelo silk lining, wool lining tie, but for domestic consumers, in fact, polyester silk lining tie is more suitable. Pomelo silk lining and wool lining tie can be worn fewer times and are easily deformed. Because the consumption level in the United States is higher than that in China, they usually buy one dozen for a tie, and the number of times each tie is worn will not exceed 5 times.
Raw material identification
Since silk ties and polyester ties are now improved due to post-processing technology, some of them can no longer be distinguished by hand or naked eye. So the general difference between these two methods is to use fire. In general, you can pull out a little fabric in the small stitch of the tie, and burn it with a lighter to make it clear. It is polyester silk that comes into contact with the flame and forms a hard block. Methods. Note that it is sufficient to burn the thread first, and it is not good to burn out the tie!
1. The silk fabrics are thicker, full of colors, have a three-dimensional sense, the fabric feels better, and the silk printed fabrics are thinner, the feel is better, the colors are bright, and the gloss is good.
2. Chemical fiber fabrics are rougher, feel harder, but have good gloss.
3. Blended fabrics are similar to chemical fiber fabrics.