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Answered: your most burning questions about Fabric!

by Fabcurate Pvt.Ltd. on

We all agree, manufacturing a fabric is an art. It involves so much- making of yarns, fibers, weaving, dyeing, washing, drying, and surface ornamentation. A plant converted into a whole strong fabric requires sheer thinking, talent, and technology. But do you know what else requires thinking, talent, and technology? The answer is taking care of that fabric. But some fabrics/ garments are too precious to not invest time and thought into it. Needless to say- all fabrics from Fabcurate are too precious.

Some things need extra care and attention. Washing and care instructions sometimes fail to cover the broad aspects of caring for the piece of art which is fabric.

Here, we will answer the most frequently faced problems you guys face while dealing with a garment or a fabric.

Question 1: Will polyester absorb water?

No, Polyester is considered as water-resistant. Moreover, the water-resistance policy of polyester increases with the increase in its thread count. Polyester is also known as “everyday waterproof”, as it not 100% waterproof but it is protective enough for everyday situations, such as being out in rain or snow. Because of its water-resistant property, swimwear and sportswear are made out of polyester.

Source: Google Chrome.

Question 2: What are indigo dye care instructions?

Wash indigo-dyed apparel in cold water, separate from other articles, using mild, neutral PH soap. (Shampoo actually works well!) You may notice a bit of blue coming out into the water - this is normal and will not occur after a few washes. Hang drying is recommended instead of machine drying. Please do not hang dry these garments in direct sunlight - this can cause excessive fading. A small amount of fading over time can happen - it's normal and adds to the beauty. 

Source: Google Chrome.

Question 3: What is cotton blend fabric?

A cotton blend refers to a cloth that's made from 80% cotton and 20% polyester, linen, or rayon. Cotton blend means your cloth will have the same feel as cotton cloth, but it's a little more lightweight and resistant to wrinkles. Polyester/cotton blends tend to be more durable than pure cotton fabrics while providing a wider variety of textures. While 100% of cotton may not be as durable as some polyester blends, its ability to provide comfort in all seasons makes clothing versatile and practical.

Source: Google Chrome.

Question 4: How to remove oil stains from clothes?

Of all the possible laundry offenders, grease and oil stains are some of the peskiest. Not only do these spots appear to stand out like a sore thumb on your clothes; they are also notoriously hard to take off. Here is the way you can do that.

1.Remove any excess oil using a tissue or paper towel.

2.Sprinkle baking soda over the fabric and let stand for 24 hours.

3.After one day, vacuum or scrub the baking soda.

4.Sprinkle the affected area with vinegar and water.

5.Scrub with soap and a brush and rinse off.

6.Repeat the process in case the stain persists.

Source: Google Chrome.

These are the few answers to the questions which we all need at some point or the other. We at Fabcurate like to eliminate every problem that comes in our customers’ way while dealing with fabrics. Also, you wouldn’t want to not have full information about the thing which you use in your daily lives. Now that we’ve cleared some of your doubts and made fabric care easy for you, fill your cart with gorgeous fabrics without thinking twice.

We all agree, manufacturing a fabric is an art. It involves so much- making of yarns, fibers, weaving, dyeing, washing, drying, and surface ornamentation. A plant converted into a whole strong fabric requires sheer thinking, talent, and technology. But do you know what else requires thinking, talent, and technology? The answer is taking care of that fabric. But some fabrics/ garments are too precious to not invest time and thought into it. Needless to say- all fabrics from Fabcurate are too precious.

Some things need extra care and attention. Washing and care instructions sometimes fail to cover the broad aspects of caring for the piece of art which is fabric.

Here, we will answer the most frequently faced problems you guys face while dealing with a garment or a fabric.

Question 1: Will polyester absorb water?

No, Polyester is considered as water-resistant. Moreover, the water-resistance policy of polyester increases with the increase in its thread count. Polyester is also known as “everyday waterproof”, as it not 100% waterproof but it is protective enough for everyday situations, such as being out in rain or snow. Because of its water-resistant property, swimwear and sportswear are made out of polyester.

Source: Google Chrome.

Question 2: What are indigo dye care instructions?

Wash indigo-dyed apparel in cold water, separate from other articles, using mild, neutral PH soap. (Shampoo actually works well!) You may notice a bit of blue coming out into the water - this is normal and will not occur after a few washes. Hang drying is recommended instead of machine drying. Please do not hang dry these garments in direct sunlight - this can cause excessive fading. A small amount of fading over time can happen - it's normal and adds to the beauty. 

Source: Google Chrome.

Question 3: What is cotton blend fabric?

A cotton blend refers to a cloth that's made from 80% cotton and 20% polyester, linen, or rayon. Cotton blend means your cloth will have the same feel as cotton cloth, but it's a little more lightweight and resistant to wrinkles. Polyester/cotton blends tend to be more durable than pure cotton fabrics while providing a wider variety of textures. While 100% of cotton may not be as durable as some polyester blends, its ability to provide comfort in all seasons makes clothing versatile and practical.

Source: Google Chrome.

Question 4: How to remove oil stains from clothes?

Of all the possible laundry offenders, grease and oil stains are some of the peskiest. Not only do these spots appear to stand out like a sore thumb on your clothes; they are also notoriously hard to take off. Here is the way you can do that.

1.Remove any excess oil using a tissue or paper towel.

2.Sprinkle baking soda over the fabric and let stand for 24 hours.

3.After one day, vacuum or scrub the baking soda.

4.Sprinkle the affected area with vinegar and water.

5.Scrub with soap and a brush and rinse off.

6.Repeat the process in case the stain persists.

Source: Google Chrome.

These are the few answers to the questions which we all need at some point or the other. We at Fabcurate like to eliminate every problem that comes in our customers’ way while dealing with fabrics. Also, you wouldn’t want to not have full information about the thing which you use in your daily lives. Now that we’ve cleared some of your doubts and made fabric care easy for you, fill your cart with gorgeous fabrics without thinking twice.

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