The facts that you don’t know about industry Bedding - Giải Pháp Nhà Hàng Khách Sạn Toàn Diện

According to research and information that is sharing from Pacific Coast Feather - renowned brand in the industry about the secrets Bedding interesting from the material made ​​famous mattress products as well as woven fabrics ... These recipes of this information will help us to understand more about the original of products used in hotel - mattresses.

Myth 1: Goose down & feather is better than duck down & feather. That is why goose down & feather are more expensive than duck’s. 

The idea that goose down/feather is better than duck down/feather is not accurate. 
The primary reason that goose down & feather are more expensive than duck’s is matter of supply and demand. There are more duck than goose in the world; this makes goose down & feather rarer and therefore more expensive. 
There is NO difference in quality for a given fill power and level of cleanliness. 

Myth 2: White goose / duck down & feather are higher quality and cleaner than grey goose / duck down & feather. That is why white duck / goose down & feather are more expensive than the grey ones.
The idea that white goose / duck down is better than grey goose down is not accurate.
The primary reason the color of the bird drives up cost is also matter of supply and demand. There are more grey fowl than white fowl; this makes white fill rarer and therefore more expensive.
Given equal fill power and cleanliness, there is no quality difference between grey and white goose. 

Myth 3: A cold climate country is the only source for the highest quality down. Down from Siberia or Hungary is a better quality level than down from a southern climate country.
Many of suppliers market the country of origin of the down and feather they use (i.e. “Hungarian Goose Down Comforter”)
Country of origin is irrelevant in determining quality of the down/feather. In fact, there is no method for testing the country of origin.
Here again, when given equal fill power and cleanliness; country of origin has no effect on quality.
Stories of Fabric
Story 1: Cotton vs Polyester
Cotton is less prone to pilling than polyester.
Less prone to hold odors than polyester (this is because polyester is “hydrophobic”. Hydrophobic means the material repels water, so in laundering it resists both the water and the soap there by harboring odor producing bacteria).
Less prone to hold stains than most polyester.
Cotton wrinkles especially after wash (good “memory”).
Story 2: Why uses polyester in bedding
Polyester fabrics and fibers work well with the hospitality laundry practices.
Polyester is hydrophobic (water repelling) so it dries fast.
Polyester is more colorfast than cotton fibers.
This means that there will be less fading over time when polyester is used.
Polyester is wrinkle resistant while cotton is not.
Polyester fills always have the perceived benefit of being “Hypo-Allergenic” product. 

Story 3: Thread count defines the quality of fabric
Thread count is the number of yarns per square inch of fabric. Thread count is the number of horizontal and vertical threads woven in one square inch of fabric.
Thread count can range from 80 to 1000 (and maybe more by now).
Thread count or “TC” is an important marketing element for bedding products.
Generally, consumers believe that the higher the thread count the “better” the fabric. 

Story 4: Weave types define performance of fabric
Weave is the method or pattern for interlocking the warp and weft yarns to produce fabric. There are 3 basic types of weaving: plain weave (1x1), twill weave (2x1 or 3x1) and sateen weave (4x1).
The PLAIN weave is the simplest of all weaves. It makes the tightest weave and thus makes the most down proof fabric.
The TWILL weave is more complex and it is a very strong weave. It produces durable fabric.
The SATEEN weave is the most complex of the basic weaves. It produces very even surface – high luster, softer feel – more floats, looser and less wrinkle fabric.

Source:  Pacific Coast Feather


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