Our premium polyester fabric
Polyester is a man-made material that’s usually made from petrochemicals. Polyester fabric is one of the most well-known Traditional fabrics in the world and is used by thousands across a variety of industries and consumers.
Chemically this is a polymer-driven polyester mainly made of composites in the ester group. The ethylene group is the basic element of ethylene and can be found in some factory-ground polyester filaments. Some polyester compositions are biodegradable, but almost all are not. Polyester products and their use are contributing to global pollution.
Polyester may be used as the main component of vesture products in some cases, but it is also common for polyester to be mixed and matched with other natural fibers. Polyester in the vesture not only reduces product cost but also makes the vesture more comfortable.
Polyester can be blended with cotton to improve the loss, continuity, and wrinkle profile of this widely-produced natural fiber. Polyester fabric is highly resistant to environmental conditions and can be used in outdoor operations for extended periods.
The DuPont Corporation was the first to develop polyester fiber for mass consumption. They also created other popular synthetic filaments such as nylon. During World War II the Allies needed more filaments to make parachutes. After the war, DuPont and other American pots saw a demand for their synthetic accouterments as a profitable business venture.
In the beginning, polyester’s superior continuity profile was a reason consumers were enthusiastic. These benefits still hold true today. However, in recent decades, more details have been revealed about the harmful environmental effects of synthetic fibers, and the consumer position on polyester has significantly changed.
Polyester is still one of the most widely-produced Traditional fabrics in the world. It’s difficult to find consumer vesture without at least some polyester fiber. Even though a vesture containing polyester will melt in extreme heat, it is still a good choice for keeping your natural filaments clean. Molten filaments can cause irreparable damage to the flesh.