Is the shade cloth poisonous?

Posted by Larry Liu on

Is the shade cloth poisonous? This is a question worthy of our joint exploration. Although you may think that the shade cloth will have a very pungent taste after the sun has passed, you may have heard that the shade cloth is poisonous. So, is the shade cloth toxic? Let's take a look together!

The reason why everyone doubts that the shade cloth is poisonous, maybe many people are people, and they don’t understand the shade cloth. So in order to let everyone know clearly that the shade cloth is poisonous, let us first understand the shade cloth! The blackout cloth is usually used with the fabric to cover the object and to avoid contact with strong light. There are many materials for the blackout cloth, and we will continue to look down.


Is the shade cloth toxic? This may be the most direct factor in whether it is toxic or not. The common material for shading cloth is polyester fiber, which is actually a kind of synthetic fiber-polyester that we often say. Polyester is polyethylene terephthalate, a fiber made by spinning and processing this material. Many of the things we see in our lives are made of polyester. So after understanding the composition of the shade cloth, do you still think that the shade cloth is poisonous?

The advantages of blackout cloth are many advantages, such as non-toxic, odorless, good shading effect, sound insulation, UV protection and protection of human health. Therefore, the shade cloth is widely used on the drape and the roller blind. Since the shade cloth can be used so widely, do you think the shade cloth is poisonous? The shade cloth is not only non-toxic, but it is also a modern model of home life, and it is also a trend and trend of international home life.

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