Why use spunlace nonwoven fabric for wet wipes?

Wet wipes are moist nonwoven fabric used to clean the skin. The wet wipes on the market can be generally divided into two categories: one category is that the wet wipe itself has been sterilized, but cannot sanitize other items. It contains skin care ingredients and can only be used for skin moisturizing. The other category is that not only the sanitizing wipe itself has been sanitized, but also can sanitize other items, it can be used to sanitize or disinfect skin abrasions and scratches.

At present, most of the wet wipes materials on the market are spunlace non-woven fabrics, which is made by high-pressure water jet onto one or more layers of fiber webs to entangle the fibers with each other so that the fiber webs can be reinforced and have a certain strength. There are many sources of fiber raw materials, such as polyester, nylon, polypropylene, viscose fiber, chitin fiber, microfiber, tencel, silk, bamboo fiber, wood pulpfiber, seaweed fiber, etc.

Currently, the main raw materials of spunlace non-woven fabrics generally used for wet wipes are viscose fiber, polyester fiber, and wood pulp fiber. The weight range is between 35-120gsm, the maximum width can be 320cm, and different fabric styles can be provided according to your requirements, such as plain, mesh, embossed, etc.

Spunlace nonwovens for wet wipes have the following characteristics:
1. High strength, low fluffing
2. High and rapid moisture absorption
3. Good ventilation
4. Soft feel and good drapability
5. Diversified patterns
6. No Binders, adhesives, washable

 

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