The blanket is a commonly used bedding product that has a warming function and is thinner than the quilt, and the raw material is mostly animal fiber.
The quality of the felt, in addition to the characteristics and processing of the fiber, is closely related to the density, weight and twisting method of the plush fiber. The thicker and thicker the plush, the heavier the weight of the plush per unit area, the better the texture and appearance of the felt, and basically, the short-haired and densely woven blanket is more durable.
There are two main methods for checking the density and elasticity of a typical short blanket. First of all, you can use the thumb to press on the blanket, and then quickly return to the original shape after pressing, indicating that the density and elasticity of the velvet are better; or the blanket is bent. The more difficult it is to see the bottom pad, it means that the plush is denser and more durable. As for the importance of the fluff, you can see the label on the description.