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    What is Polyester Oxford Cloth
     Nov 16, 2021|View:121

    Polyester oxford cloth is a synthetic fiber obtained by spinning polyester polycondensated by organic dibasic acid and diol. It belongs to high molecular compound and was developed by J.R. Winfield and j.t. Dixon in 1941.

    Polyester oxford cloth is firm and durable, wrinkle resistant, iron free and non sticky. It is mainly used for clothing and interior decoration. Its biggest advantage is good wrinkle resistance and shape retention, and has high strength and elastic recovery ability.

    What is Polyester Oxford Cloth

    Does polyester oxford cloth have any history of origin?

    About the name: polyester oxford cloth was invented in 1941 and first developed by J.R. Winfield and j.t. Dixon in Britain. At that time, it was called "Trilon". Its English name is: polyester fibre. In fact, in China, people call polyester. I remember when we were young, we heard of a kind of shirt called "really cool", which was made of polyester (remember? Polyester was famous at that time because it had the characteristics of fast washing and drying). The businessmen were so smart that they took such a nice name, which I remember now. So far, polyester oxford cloth is the largest synthetic fiber in the world.

    What are the uses of polyester oxford cloth?

    Polyester has a wide range of uses. It can be blended and interwoven with natural fibers such as cotton, wool, silk and hemp and other chemical fibers. It can produce wool like, cotton like, silk like and hemp like fabrics with many colors, strong scraping, easy washing, easy drying, not easy wrinkling and washing, and good wearability at a low cost. Men's and women's shirts, coats, children's clothing, interior fabrics and carpets may contain polyester. Polyester has good elasticity and can also be used as cotton wadding. In industry, polyester can be used as fishing net, cable, transportation belt, fire water pipe, tire cord, blanket and so on. It can also be used for cloth for pharmaceutical industry, interior decoration, carpet bottom cloth, floc, etc.