(NON) COMMON MATERIALS: COOLING YARN
Coolin yarn – cooling fiber. What is it made from and how does it work?
Cooling yarn is made of polyethylene with an ultra-high molecular weight synthetic fiber… with a very complex production process 🙂 Let’s talk more about its advantages or disadvantages and how products from this fiber are used.
Advantages of fiber cooling
The advantages of the cooling yarn material include in particular the ratio between the weight and the strength of the fiber.
The products are strong but light and very resistant to abrasion. They are resistant to UV radiation (the color never fades) and “internal” friction (does not precipitate). As this is a material and not a finish, the properties of the product will remain the same throughout the life of the fabric.
In our range we offer Cooling towels made of cooling fiber. They retain water perfectly and remain light at the same time. The cooling effect is immediate and antibacterial, thanks to the low permeability of the fiber to microorganisms. We have a choice of five vibrant colors and branding is possible by sublimation printing directly on the towel. Your logo can also be placed on a closable tube in which the towel is supplied.
Disadvantages? We did not find them during use. Maybe it’s just that it will definitely not warm you up in winter 🙂
How does it work and how is the towel used?
Using a cooling towel is very simple. Take the towel out of the tube and soak it in water. Slightly squeeze to remove excess water. Shake the towel and we can use it.
Its temperature stabilizes and immediately cools pleasantly. The cooling effect lasts for several hours.
But you don’t have to use a cooling towel only on hot days. It will also be great as a compress for tired legs or muscles after exercise.
Towel care is also easy. The recommended washing temperature is 30 ° C and do not use fabric softener. This ensures long life and stability of the towel’s properties.