|Technical Indicators||Appearance || |
Colorless or canary yellow transparent fluid
PH (1% aqueous solution)
Achieve the effect of instantaneous water absorption for cotton fabric
The hand feelings are superior to common Block Silicone Oil
No floating oil, no spots of silicone oil, and non-sticky to roller
After softening treatment, the treated fabric can be redyed.
Resistant to acids and alkalis, high temperature,and high shearing force
With properties such as bulkiness, soft, slip, glutinous, fullness and nature
High performance with low cost.
The product is suitable for various fibers softening, especially for cotton fabric softening, hydrophilicity and softness of the finished fabric are all excellent.
Packaging & Storage
What ingredients are in fabric softener?
Cationic surfactants used as fabric softeners.
Diethyl ester dimethyl ammonium chloride (DEEDMAC)
TEAQ (triethanolamine quat)
HEQ (Hamburg esterquat)
Distearyldimethylammonium chloride (DSDMAC)
What is the function of cationic softener?
Quaternary ammonium cationic softeners are used as home laundry softeners. Cationic softeners are the ones of choice when a soft, pliable and silk-like hand is the target. Because of the low add-on, softness is achieved without a greasy feel. In addition to softening, a cationic softener renders the fabric hydrophobic.
What is silicone softener?
Silicone softeners are a mixture of organic polysiloxane and polymer that are appropriate for enhancing softness in organic fibers equivalent to cotton, wool, silk and hemp. Auxiliary materials are widely accustomed to complete textiles with silicone bases in completing the cloth.
Is silicone softener permanent?
The effect of this softener on cotton fabric is the increase of CRA. These changes are visible even in the least amount of softener. This softener causes the slip of filaments over each other and as a result CRA increases. It is permanent and doesn't vanish by washing several times.
Is soft silicone safe?
It's usually produced as a liquid or flexible plastic. It's used for medical, electrical, cooking, and other purposes. Because silicone is considered chemically stable, experts say it's safe to use and likely not toxic.