Antibacterial fabrics can be made from a variety of t […]
Antibacterial fabrics can be made from a variety of textiles, including but not limited to polyester, polyester-vinyl composites, vinyl, and even acrylic.
The effectiveness of antibacterial fabrics lies in their ability to resist microorganisms and their ability to help extend the life of textiles. Consider the blankets, bedding, and even mattresses in the hospital. They are often stained with sweat, grease, and other contaminants and can easily become hotbeds for bacteria, mold, and mildew.
However, through the use of antibacterial agents and other functions (such as flame retardant, anti-fouling, anti-odor, and waterproof), the fabric can withstand regular wear and tear, and the service life is much longer than expected.
The main function of antibacterial agents is to help prevent bacteria and other microorganisms from adhering to the surface of the fabric. Remember, microorganisms can live and grow in fabrics.
This is why antibacterial drugs are so effective-they can prevent microorganisms from growing and spreading in fabrics. This is particularly useful in the medical industry, which may be exposed to bacteria and other pathogens once a day and every hour. From beds to pillows, to hospital clothes, and even scrubs worn by nurses or doctors, fabrics in the medical industry must be designed with protection in mind. This is why the use of antibacterial fabrics in hospitals and other places is so common and so useful.