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Wujiang City Fuhua Textiles Co., Ltd.

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Wujiang City Fuhua Textiles Co., Ltd. as China Wholesale Clothes Fabrics Manufacturers and Clothes Fabrics Factory, is located in Shengze, an ancient historical town in Jiangsu Province, China, which is known as the "Silk Capital". It is a comprehensive enterprise integrating yarn production (ATY), weaving and trading. Established in 2006, the company covers an area of 19,800 square meters, employs more than 120 people, has 150 sets of water jet looms, 2 sets of warping equipment, 10 sets of Japanese AIKI air change machines and other equipment, and has an annual output of 20 million US dollars. Our main products are black silk blackout curtain fabric, coated blackout curtain fabric, shower curtain fabric, brushed fabric, sofa fabric, decorative fabric, luggage fabric, ATY yarn, etc.Our products are sold well in Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Guangdong, Fujian, Shanghai and other regions, and exported to more than ten international markets such as USA, UK, Canada, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, Germany, South Africa, Peru and so on. Our products are well received by customers at home and abroad. The company always insists on the enterprise management tenet of "market-oriented, management-based, quality-based, credit-based". We are willing to cooperate with you for a long time with high quality products and excellent service, and establish a good economic and trade partnership on the basis of equality and mutual benefit, so that we can go forward hand in hand and create a win-win situation together.
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Industry Introduction

What is Clothes Fabrics ?
Clothing fabrics are the materials used to create clothing, and they come in a variety of fibers, textures, and weaves. Here are some of the most common fabrics used in clothing:
Cotton: Cotton is a soft, breathable, and durable fabric that is widely used in clothing. It is available in a range of weights and textures, making it a versatile option for everything from t-shirts to denim.
Polyester: Polyester is a synthetic fabric that is lightweight, wrinkle-resistant, and easy to care for. It is commonly used in activewear and other types of clothing that require stretch and durability.
Silk: Silk is a luxurious fabric that is smooth, soft, and breathable. It is commonly used in formalwear and high-end fashion, but can also be found in casual clothing and accessories.
Wool: Wool is a natural fiber that is warm, durable, and moisture-wicking. It is commonly used in cold-weather clothing such as sweaters and coats.
Linen: Linen is a lightweight, breathable fabric that is often used in warm-weather clothing. It is known for its cool feel and crisp texture.
Rayon: Rayon is a synthetic fabric made from natural fibers such as wood pulp or cotton. It is lightweight, drapes well, and is often used in dresses and blouses.
Nylon: Nylon is a synthetic fabric that is lightweight, durable, and water-resistant. It is commonly used in activewear and outerwear.
Denim: Denim is a durable cotton fabric that is commonly used in jeans and other casual wear. It is known for its sturdy feel and distinct blue color.
Velvet: Velvet is a luxurious fabric that is soft, plush, and often used in formalwear. It is characterized by its pile, which gives it a rich texture.
Leather: Leather is a durable and flexible material made from animal hides. It is commonly used in jackets, shoes, and other accessories.
How to maintain Clothes Fabrics?
Maintaining clothes fabrics is essential to keep them looking their best and to prolong their lifespan. Here are some tips to help you maintain your clothes fabrics:
Follow the care label instructions: The care label instructions provide guidelines on how to clean and care for the fabric. Always follow the instructions to prevent damage to the fabric.
Separate your laundry: Separate your laundry into different piles according to the fabric type, color, and washing instructions. This will prevent color bleeding and damage to delicate fabrics.
Use the right detergent: Use a detergent that is suitable for the fabric and the washing instructions. Avoid using too much detergent, as this can cause residue buildup and damage the fabric.
Wash clothes in cold water: Cold water is gentler on fabrics and prevents shrinking and color fading. If the care label instructions indicate that the fabric can be washed in warm or hot water, use the lowest temperature setting possible.
Avoid using fabric softener: Fabric softeners can leave residue on the fabric and reduce its absorbency. If you must use a fabric softener, choose a mild one and use it sparingly.
Hang dry or tumble dry on low heat: Hang dry clothes whenever possible to prevent shrinkage and damage from high heat. If using a dryer, use the lowest heat setting possible and remove the clothes as soon as they are dry.
Store clothes properly: Store clothes in a dry, cool, and dark place. Avoid exposing them to direct sunlight or high humidity, as this can cause fading and damage.

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