Refers to indoor articles, bedding articles and outdoor articles, including furniture and restaurant bathroom articles, such as carpets, sofa covers, cushions (covers), tapestries, patches, covers, curtains, towels, etc. Bedclothes include bedspreads, bed sheets, quilt covers, quilt covers, pillow cores, quilt cores, pillowcases, etc. Outdoor supplies include artificial lawns, etc.
Refers to textiles widely used in industrial fields, such as tarpaulin, gun clothing, filter cloth, screen, road base cloth, etc.
The fabrics of upholstered furniture can be divided into natural materials and non-natural materials according to the materials. The most common natural materials are cotton, linen, silk, and wool. They all come from natural animals and plants and are representatives of environmental protection. Common non-natural materials include polyester, acrylic, and viscose. Polyester is a purely chemically synthesized material.