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How to choose a raincoat
Aug 03, 2018

There are many rainy seasons this year, and many families have started to bring their own raincoats to prevent rainy days. Then there are a lot of things to pay attention to when choosing a raincoat. The following is a small series to teach you how to buy a raincoat.

1, look at the size: most of the raincoat packaging will have a height to choose the size of the raincoat comparison table, but because the raincoats made by the raincoat manufacturers on the market, the size is not the same, so it is not recommended that the size of a raincoat above the consumer It is easy to make mistakes when you go directly to buy different brands of raincoats.

2, try on: raincoats are best to try on, but usually the raincoats of the mall can not be tried on, it is recommended that people wearing ordinary clothes wear M No. L raincoat, and so on, the shielding will be better, even if winter clothes wear More is also available.

3, see the material: the material of the raincoat is roughly divided into three categories, the material is different, the price is also different. Consumers can choose according to the actual situation: Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) material: Jelly translucent plastic raincoat often seen outside, this raincoat is cheap, but easy to break.

Made of nylon and PVC: the inner surface of the nylon fabric is coated with a layer of PVC waterproof layer. The price is moderate and not easy to break. It is the main material for raincoats.

Made of waterproof and moisture-permeable cloth: the inner surface of the fabric is coated with a waterproof and moisture-permeable paint. Like the raincoats commonly used by police and climbers, its waterproof and moisture-permeable layer is coated with 1 billion micropores per inch. These micropores allow Gas molecules pass, but can not let larger water molecules pass, so it can achieve waterproof and breathable effect. The disadvantage of waterproof and moisture permeable cloth is that it is more expensive.

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