Resistance to Pilling

to Pilling

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In conventional cotton fabric, stray fibers can separate from the fabric through wearing, washing, and drying. Part of these fibers split off the surface, causing the fabric to wear out, and some of them cling to each other, causing pilling by hanging to the surface of the fabric.

In Zeugma, the smooth interconnected filaments result in much less lint and dust, reducing the effect of pilling compared to conventional fabric.