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Satin fabric, the unique style of the surface, has a better visual effect of satin flash, good gloss, excellent drapability and soft hand feeling. The fabric has a wide range of uses, not only for making casual trousers, pajamas, sportswear, suits, etc., but also for bed. The clothes made of this material are comfortable and popular.

Wujiang City Fuhua Textiles Co., Ltd.

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Wujiang City Fuhua Textiles Co., Ltd. as China Wholesale Satin Fabric Suppliers and Satin Fabric Company, 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 Satin Fabric  ?
Satin is a type of fabric known for its glossy, smooth and lustrous surface. It is a luxurious fabric that is made from a variety of materials such as silk, polyester, rayon or nylon. Satin fabric is characterized by its soft and silky feel, and its beautiful sheen.
Satin fabric is made using a satin weave technique, which creates a smooth and shiny surface on one side of the fabric, while the other side has a dull finish. This weaving technique involves passing the weft yarn over several warp yarns and then under one warp yarn, creating long floats on the surface of the fabric that reflect light and create the satin sheen.
Satin fabric is commonly used in evening wear, lingerie, bedding, and upholstery. It is also popular for wedding dresses and formal gowns due to its elegant appearance and drape. Satin fabric can be dyed in a wide range of colors and is available in different weights and thicknesses. It is often used in combination with other fabrics such as lace, chiffon, and tulle to create stunning and intricate designs.
How to maintain Satin Fabric ?
Satin is a luxurious and delicate fabric that requires special care when washing and handling to maintain its appearance and texture. Here are some tips for maintaining satin fabric:
Read the care label: Always check the care label on your satin fabric garment for specific washing instructions.
Hand wash: Hand washing is the gentlest method for washing satin. Fill a sink or basin with cold water and add a small amount of mild detergent. Gently swirl the garment in the water, avoiding rubbing or twisting the fabric. Rinse thoroughly with cold water.
Machine wash: If you choose to machine wash satin, use a delicate cycle and a cold water setting. Use a gentle detergent and avoid using fabric softeners or bleach. To prevent snags and damage, wash satin items separately or in a lingerie bag.
Hang dry: After washing, hang your satin garment to dry. Avoid using a dryer, as high heat can damage the fabric. Instead, hang the garment to air dry in a well-ventilated area away from direct sunlight.
Iron on low heat: If ironing is necessary, use a low heat setting and a pressing cloth to protect the fabric. Avoid ironing over any embellishments or designs.
Store carefully: Store satin garments in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Avoid hanging satin items in a crowded closet, as this can cause wrinkles and creases.

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