How Does Zipper Solve The Tangled Earphone Lines

August 16, 2017 0

William Congreve, a British dramatist, has said that music has charms to soothe a savage breast, to soften rocks or bend a knotted oak. Regularly, earphones are used to listen to music clearly as well as avoid disturbing others. But one of the worst things that can derail your day is tangled earphone lines. When you are enjoying music, tangled lines will not only make you look strange, but also eat up your time to put them in order. But, fear not- it is time to say no to twisted earphone lines. Zipper is a tiny but magic thing that you [Continue Reading]

High Tenacity Polyester Yarns: A Quick Look

June 23, 2017 0

The Polyester Problem Among industries that rely on heavy textile use (e.g. clothing, footwear, and others), polyester isn’t exactly a popular choice. The material might be relatively easy and inexpensive to produce, but it has its own set of disadvantages that severely limits its use in most pieces of clothing. For example, unless mixed with other kinds of fabric, polyester can be easily distorted, warped, and twisted out of shape. However, there is a new product available on the market today that can potentially change the way people look at polyester as a clothing/textile material. A Probable Solution Kingbird, a [Continue Reading]

2017 Global Clothing Accessories Market Research Report

January 14, 2017 0

The 2017 Global Clothing Accessories Market Research Report carries out an in-depth and professional research into the current Clothing Accessories Industry. It covers the statistics from 2011 to 2016. Based on the accessory types, the market can be classified into zippers, buttons and others. According to the accessory applications, the market can be categorized into uniform, daydress, sportswear, formal dress and others. Based on regions, the market can be separated into Europe, North America, China, Japan, India and Southeast Asia. The report mainly consists of 4 parts. In the first part, the report presents an overview of the clothing accessories [Continue Reading]

Japan Implements New Clothing Care Symbols with ISO Standards from December 1, 2016

December 9, 2016 0

2017 will mark a great change in a certain aspect of Japan’s textile and garments industry. According to the recently passed Household Goods Quality Labeling Act, Japan will implement a new textile and clothing care standard that are in accordance with the ISO international care labeling system (ISO 3758-2012). This new labeling standard, called JIS L0001-2014, will replace Japan’s previous care label symbols (which the country had used exclusively for decades) and replace them with new ones that are more in tune to what the rest of the world uses. This Act will be in effect starting the 1st of [Continue Reading]

Button vs Zipper Flies On Jeans-Which One Is Better?

December 2, 2016 0

In this day and age, it is pretty safe to say that everyone loves jeans. Whether it is a nice form fitting pair or a more retro and baggy design, it is something that everyone needs. When you are choosing a pair of jeans, there are some obvious things you look out for; color, cut, fit and so on. However, most people forget one of the most important details and this is the fastening mechanism being used on the jeans. The fly is a very important part as it offers you both aesthetics and functionality. Buttons and zippers are the [Continue Reading]

Needle And Metal Detection In The Textile & Garment Industries

December 1, 2016 0

Metal detectors weren’t a product of the 19th century gold rush era, as most people believe (though there were many attempts to build a metal-detecting device around that time). The first successful metal detector was actually invented much later on, in 1881, by the famous inventor Alexander Graham Bell. It was put together out of necessity- a bullet was lodged in President James Garfield’s abdomen and Bell needed a device that could pinpoint its location. Though Bell was unable to locate the bullet (the President was lying on a bed with metal springs which caused interference), the metal detector went [Continue Reading]

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