100%Polyester tricot mesh bonded 100% polyester interlock knitted

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$2.87 - $3.40 / Meters | 1000 Meter/Meters (Min. Order)
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Overview
Quick Details
Material:
100% Polyester
Supply Type:
Make-to-Order
Type:
Mesh Fabric
Pattern:
Brushed
Style:
Interlock
Width:
58/60"
Technics:
Knitted
Knitted Type:
Warp
Feature:
Tear-Resistant
Use:
Garment
Yarn Count:
100D*100D
Weight:
210gsm
Model Number:
IDR-BND-004
Supply Ability
Supply Ability:
3000000 Meter/Meters per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
poly bag in bales
Port
SHANGHAI
Lead Time :
Shipped in 20 days after paymen
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Product Description

 

  • Country of Origin Made in China
  • Contents   100%P 
  • Fabric Weight  210g/square meter
  • Width 58"/60''
  • Manufacturer IDEARTEX

Description: From IDERATEX .

Advantages of polyester mesh fabric:
1. High strength
Short fiber strength is 2.6 ~ 5.7 cN/dtex, high strength fiber is 5.6 ~ 8.0 cN/dtex.
2. Good elasticity
The elastic approach to wool is almost completely restored when it is 5 to 6 percent elongated.
3. Corrosion resistance
Bleaching agent, oxidizer, hydrocarbon, ketone, petroleum products and inorganic acid.The alkali is not afraid of mold, but it can be decomposed.also
4. Good light resistance
The light resistance of polyester fabric is better than that of acrylic. It is superior to natural fiber fabric.
5. Good heat resistance
Polyester is the most heat-resistant fabric in the fabric, with thermoplastic, can make pleated skirt, pleating long.
6. Good wear resistance
Wear resistance second only to the best nylon, better than other natural fibers and synthetic fibers.
Good chemistry
Polyester fabric is good for all kinds of chemicals.Acid and alkali are not much damage to it, and they are not afraid of mold.
Polyester mesh is very cheap, a few dollars a meter.

 

Washing Instructions  : Machine Wash Cold / Tumble Dry Low

 

 

 

 

 

 

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