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Linen fabric is a material that many people love, although the nature of linen fabric is a bit "hard to please", this is a material used by many designers in their collections. So what is linen fabric?
Nilen for natural and durable fabric color
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Linen fibers are tightly woven and relatively large, each fiber can be seen on the fabric surface as well as felt by hand very clearly, so when dyed, this material prints well, giving a beautiful natural color. and for a variety of colors, MARC's designs from this material are always well received and loved for their different, fancy tones and unique designs.
Eco-friendly linen, durable, comfortable
This is one of the preeminent features and is also the reason why many customers choose MARC linen items. With properties of high durability from 5.5 - 6.5 gm/den, while being lighter than cotton, it feels light on the skin of the wearer. Accompanying MARC's linen designs will be comfortable in all activities, confidently expressing themselves.
Linen fabric classification
Powdered Linen: This is a fabric with soft, pliable properties, but when worn or used, it can bring a sense of comfort and extreme comfort to her skin.
Wet Linen: Bearing the general characteristics of linen fabric, possessing a soft material, but it very easy to become mushy after washing, which means that the elasticity is not high. Because of this feature, wet linen is mainly used to make curtains.
Linen: High durability, smoother material with the advantage of being able to keep color for a long time, no shrinkage occurs, so after many washings, it is not deformed.
Silk Linen: Also known as linen, this is a high-class fabric line, in which 2 mixed fabrics including linen and silk bring softness suitable for the sensitive skin of women.
Scratched Linen: Also known as terry cloth, often brownish, rarely white linen fabric, with scratched weaves creating their characteristics on the surface of thin and light fabrics. Often applied to apparel for luxury products such as vests or pants.
Instructions for ironing linen clothes
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The naturally wrinkled surface is a unique characteristic of linen, so you can save a lot of time ironing in the morning. However, in case you want your clothes to be less wrinkled, use a steam iron and iron at a temperature not exceeding 200 degrees Celsius:
Iron the fabric layer by layer, do not let the front and back body stick together.
Spray water on the fabric when the surface shows signs of drying.
If the garment has a hand-drawn pattern, iron the reverse side of the pattern.
You just need to smooth the wrinkles on the fabric surface, no need to iron too dry.