Modified fiber is also called functional fiber. It refers to a chemical or physical method to derive certain properties (eg, hygroscopicity, dyeability, antistatic property, flame retardancy, etc.) of conventional chemical fiber varieties. The generic name of the series of new functional fibers, such as modified viscose fibers, modified polyester fibers, modified polyacrylonitrile fibers, modified polyvinyl alcohol fibers, and the like. Some textiles are environmental protection non-dyeing colored yarns made of modified fibers, and environmental protection non-stained color yarns. It is made by first dyeing and spinning. Therefore, the articles woven from it have vivid colors, are not easily discolored, and have a soft hand.
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