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Reinforcing interlining

Reinforcing interlining improves and maintains appearance of a garment, it enables to shape parts and maintains their shape after up keeping and wear. The front parts of jackets, coats, collars, cuffs, bases, strips, buttonholes are reinforced ...It is necessary to select the interlining corresponding with the upper material. Reinforcing interlining are connected with the upper material in a seam - non-adhesive interlining, or on a surface - adhesive interlining. Adhesive interlining have a layer of polymer on their right side that by action of heat, pressure and time sticks to the wrong side of the upper material. Non-adhesive interlining are connected with the reinforced parts in a seam - the interlining is loose, it is used for collars in men's shirts and for reinforcing breast part of men's jackets.. According to the type of usage in garments the interlining can be divided as follows: garment interlining - reinforcing the front part of jackets and coats underwear interlining reinforcement of collars, cuffs, blouses Production of interlining based on the type of carrier fibres is possible by: weaving - woven interlining knitting - knitted interlining non-weaving technologies - non-woven interlining

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