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  • How to wash a 100% cashmere scarf?

    How to wash a 100% cashmere scarf?

    The washing steps for cashmere scarves are as follows: 1. Soak in neutral lotion water with foam at 35°C for 15-20 minutes. Avoid using enzymes or chemical auxiliaries containing bleaching properties, lotions and shampoos to prevent erosion and discoloration. 2. Gently pat and knead with your ha...
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  • Basic Cashmere Knowledge

    Basic Cashmere Knowledge

    What is organic cashmere? Organic Cashmere is simple and clean. Pure unbleached, untreated fibers, and harvested through combing process. Cashmere fiber specifications are 13-17 microns and 34-42mm long. Where does cashmere come from? The cashmere raw material is originated in Hohhot, Ordos, Baot...
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  • The Difference Between Angora Goats And Cashmere Goats

    The Difference Between Angora Goats And Cashmere Goats

    The angoras and cashmere goats differ in temperaments. The angoras are relaxed and docile, while cashmere and/or Spanish meat goats are often flighty and high strung. Angora goats, which do produce mohair, do not produce Angora hair. Only rabbits can produce Angora hair.   Although Angora goats a...
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  • Difference Between Cashmere and Wool

    Difference Between Cashmere and Wool

    1. The scale arrangement of wool is tighter and thicker than that of cashmere, and its shrinkage is greater than that of cashmere. Cashmere fiber has small and smooth scales on the outside, and there is an air layer in the middle of the fiber, so it is light in weight and feels smooth and waxy. ...
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  • Why cashmere pilling?

    Why cashmere pilling?

    1. Analysis of raw materials: The fineness of cashmere is 14.5-15.9um, the length is 30-40mm, and the curling degree is 3-4 pieces/cm, indicating that cashmere is a thin and short fiber with a small curling degree; the cross-section of the cashmere fiber is close to Round; cashmere is also a fibe...
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  • Basic Knowledge Of Cashmere Fabric

    Basic Knowledge Of Cashmere Fabric

    What is organic cashmere? Organic Cashmere is simple and clean. Pure unbleached, untreated fibers, and harvested through combing process. Cashmere fiber specifications are 13-17 microns and 34-42mm long. Where does cashmere come from? The cashmere raw material is originated in Hohhot, Ordos, Baot...
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  • People have been using wool for warmth and comfort for thousands of years

    People have been using wool for warmth and comfort for thousands of years

    People have been using wool for warmth and comfort for thousands of years. According to Lands’ End, the fibrous structure has many tiny air pockets that retain and circulate heat. This breathable insulation makes it the perfect material for a comforter. When it comes to wool blankets, it...
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  • Cashmere raw materials are also graded!

    Cashmere raw materials are also graded!

    Unlike traditional wool, cashmere is made from fine, soft fibers combed from the undercoat of a goat.Cashmere gets its name from the ancient spelling of Kashmir, the birthplace of its production and trading These goats are found throughout the Grasslands of Inner Mongolia, where temperatures can...
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  • What Is Woolen Cashmere And Worsted Cashmere ?

    What Is Woolen Cashmere And Worsted Cashmere ?

    When people talk about cashmere yarn, you may heard the words worsted and woolen. What is woolen cashmere and worsted cashmere in general, they are two kinds of yarns with different thicknesses in appearance due to different technological processes during the spinning of raw cashmere into yarns. ...
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  • Features of cashmere scarf and matters needing attention

    Features of cashmere scarf and matters needing attention

    Cashmere scarf has now become a fashion item, it is warm and show precious fashion, I think women should have one, to be a delicate women. Features of cashmere ● Precious as gold: cashmere is wool root and the wool on the skin is called cashmere, is a very precious textile raw materials, less co...
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