What is the difference between cupro wire and real silk […]
What is the difference between cupro wire and real silk? Cupro is better for personal clothing, especially in winter, it will not generate static electricity. Tencel has good drape, but it tends to harden when exposed to water. Real silk is good in all aspects, and it has the effect of softening the skin, but it is not anti-static and has poor abrasion resistance.
The cupra lining can quickly absorb moisture in the air, turning the color of the temperature recorder into purple, and can maintain up to 30% moisture, and at the same time quickly volatilize the moisture into the air again, without feeling stuffy. Because the lining is not easy to generate static electricity, it is used as a skirt lining, so there will be no embarrassment of legging and heeling; the stitching effect is more smooth and conformable than other linings. The characteristic of being soft and not easy to generate static electricity makes the cupro lining cloth have a unique softness, which is consistent with the fabric, making the hem of the dress light and elegant.
Silk generally refers to silk, including mulberry silk, tussah silk, castor silk, cassava silk and so on. Real silk is called the "fiber queen" and has been favored by people throughout the ages for its unique charm. Silk is a protein fiber. Silk fibroin contains 18 kinds of amino acids that are beneficial to the human body, which can help the skin maintain the metabolism of the surface lipid membrane, so it can keep the skin moisturized and smooth.
The silk feels soft, smooth, thick, plump and has excellent elasticity. It has good moisture absorption and air permeability, and has skin care and health care effects. Silk is a protein fiber, and silk carpets woven from silk have good UV absorption. Silk is a kind of porous fiber, so it has good heat preservation, moisture absorption, moisture dissipation and ventilation properties, and has a certain protective effect on the skin. Silk is relatively delicate and should be carefully treated to avoid gravitational friction and twisting or dragging forcefully in rough places, which may damage protein fibers.