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How to choose the right raincoat?
Aug 02, 2018

  The weather in spring and summer is changeable. It is a very troublesome thing to go out in the rain. Even if you have an umbrella, your shoes and pants are wet. Sometimes it is raining. Holding an umbrella is like lifting a mushroom on your head. Still getting wet. In fact, rainy days are to buy raincoats to be more comfortable and intimate. What is the raincoat fabric?

   First of all, look at the quality of raincoats. The basic principle of raincoat waterproofing is fabric + coating. At the same time, it will also make the raincoats not breathable. Therefore, you must choose raincoats. Fabrics and coatings must be grasped with both hands! The fabrics of raincoats are usually oxford, polyester, nylon (nylon) and so on.

   Oxford cloth is a product made of cotton or polyester by special weaving. It has the characteristics of easy washing and quick drying, soft hand feeling, good moisture absorption, soft fabric color, soft cloth body, good air permeability, comfortable wearing and two-color effect. .

   Mianlun silk has good gloss and effect, strong strength and good wear resistance, but it is easy to deform under the action of external force, so the fabric is prone to wrinkles during the wearing process.

   The biggest advantage of polyester fabric is that it has good wrinkle resistance and shape retention, but it has poor dyeability and poor moisture permeability.

   Coatings are generally divided into three types: the first one is PVC (polyvinyl chloride), which is commonly referred to as plastic. It is considered by some research institutions to have an impact on health. It may cause mechanical irritation or medium contact through skin contact. Degree of allergic dermatitis.

   The second PU coating (polyurethane) is obtained by reacting a polyol with a diisocyanate or a polymeric isocyanate (for example MDI, TDI) under suitable catalysts and additives.

   The third is the scientific name of EVA called ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer. MSDA's classification of hazardous substances in EVA is marked as “None”. Raincoats are easily in contact with the skin. To avoid irritation to the skin, we recommend that you use EVA-coated raincoats. Because EVA is safer than PVC and PU.

   After the above introduction, I think everyone has a better understanding of the raincoat. In selecting raincoats, it should be more professional.


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