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What is the raw material spunlace nonwoven for wet wipes?
- May 27, 2018 -

The substrate of the wet tissue is mainly a spunlace non-woven fabric, a hot-rolled non-woven fabric, a dry paper, and the like. Early wet wipes used hot-rolled non-woven fabrics as the substrate, but the hot-rolled non-woven fabrics had poor water retention and a stiff feel that had been gradually replaced by spunlace nonwovens. In the past, most of our wet paper towels were imported dry paper. Dry paper uses natural fibers as raw materials, has superabsorbent, ultra-soft, ultra-breathable, ultra-clean, non-directional, non-static, leaving no paper powder and clean and clean characteristics, but also without any skin irritation, so It is widely used in the production of women's sanitary napkins, diapers, pad pads, wet wipes, napkins, and surgical papers. However, due to the fact that domestically produced dry papers mostly adopt the thermal bonding process and have poor uniformity, and particularly hair loss and powder fall, they are not suitable for wipes. Therefore, high-grade wet wipes mainly use imported dry paper as the substrate. Compared with other types of non-woven fabrics, the spunlace non-woven fabric product has the unique advantages of softness, moisture absorption, and less fiber chipping, and is an ideal wet tissue substrate. Compared with dry paper, spunlace non-woven fabric has the feeling of cotton products, soft, good water retention, will not fall off the fiber, improve the grade of wet wipes, and is loved by consumers. It has become common for wet tissue manufacturers. Adopted, especially domestic high-end wet tissue products, generally use spunlace non-woven fabric as the substrate. In addition, compared with spunlace nonwovens, dry-paper has a low price, good fluffiness, and good environmental protection performance, and has a good development prospect.