The difference between pure cotton fabric and all cotton
Pure cotton fabrics are generally made of cotton, and their cotton content is very high. If the cotton content is more than 70%, it is called pure cotton. However, cotton fabric is generally a proper noun used in many clothing and other materials. For example, common cotton products are generally divided into many categories, including poplin, linen, twill, khaki, serge, gabardine, horizontal Tribute, denim, Oxford cloth, chambray, thread, velveteen, etc., so all cotton means that the fabric is made of 100% cotton.
2. In fact, there is not much difference between pure cotton and pure cotton. As long as pure cotton contains more than 75% cotton, it is called pure cotton. Therefore, pure cotton and pure cotton are the same in terms of cotton content. The difference is In some terms, it is different. Cotton simply means that the fabric is 100% cotton, but all cotton means that all the fabric of the whole garment is 100% cotton, and there is a difference in processing. Pure cotton fabrics are easy to wrinkle. However, cotton fabrics are not easy to wrinkle because of different processing.