FAQ

adhesive interlining



The fusible interlining is a lining coated with hot melt adhesive and is one of the excipients often used in fabric manufacturing. The adhesive lining is attached to the back of the fabric by warming and ironing. When the fabric needs to express the crispness and thickness, it can be expressed by adding the adhesive lining. Or when the fabric is too soft and slippery, it is difficult to operate. Obediently obedient

Nonwoven fusible interlining

Non-woven adhesive lining is based on non-woven fabric (non-woven fabric), which is superior to fabric lining, but the quality is undoubtedly slightly inferior. Non-woven linings are suitable for a number of corners, such as open pockets, grommets, and the like. Non-woven linings are also thick and thin, and their thickness is directly reflected in the position used, which is selected according to needs.

Cloth adhesive lining

The cloth-bonded lining is a knitted fabric or a woven fabric as the base fabric, and the most commonly used is a woven fabric. Cloth adhesive lining is often used for the main body or important position of the work. The cloth lining is also soft and hard, and should be selected as appropriate.

Double-sided adhesive lining

The common double-sided adhesive lining is as thin as a flap, which is more suitable than a lining. It is usually used to glue and fix two pieces of cloth. For example, when it is applied, it can be adhered to the background cloth, which is very convenient to operate. There is also a full roll of double-sided adhesive lining on the market, which is useful for hemming or piping.