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In the conventional production process of the printing and dyeing factory, the antibacterial finishing process is completed by impregnating or rolling the antibacterial solution and then drying. The antibacterial fabric has a good antibacterial effect, can eliminate the odor caused by bacteria, and keeps the fabric clean and tidy while avoiding the reproduction of bacteria can reduce the risk of re-transmission. The antibacterial fabric has a good antibacterial effect, can eliminate the odor caused by bacteria, and keeps the fabric clean and tidy while avoiding the reproduction of bacteria can reduce the risk of re-transmission.
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Anhui Liqiang Textile Technology Co., LTD
Suzhou Lixiong Textile Co., Ltd. is a combination of industry and trade enterprises, as a branch of Wujiang Liming Textile Co., Ltd., the company was initially established in the "silk capital"-Shengze, after the completion of the factory office building to move to Wujiang Pingwang. Mainly to luggage cloth and finished fabric sales. Our company cooperates with a number of well-known domestic luggage companies and includes a number of listed companies. With the expansion of the size of the company, the company's sales are also increasing, and production and sales are gradually closer to internationalization. At the end of 2018, Mr. Zhang Lianmin, chairman of our company, went to Langxi County, Anhui Province, bought 69000㎡ of land to expand production, established Anhui Liqiang Textile Technology Co., Ltd., and began to build the plant at the beginning of 2019. Wholesale Antibacterial fabric Suppliers and Factory in China. And in July 2020, 10 standard factories were completed and put into production, and the production capacity was significantly doubled.
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Which viruses and bacteria are Antibacterial fabric effective against?
Antibacterial fabrics are primarily effective against a wide range of bacteria. However, their effectiveness against viruses can vary depending on the specific fabric treatment and the type of virus. Antibacterial fabrics typically target bacteria by inhibiting their growth and multiplication. Some fabrics may also exhibit antiviral properties, but this is less common.
When considering the effectiveness of antibacterial fabrics against specific viruses and bacteria, it's essential to understand the limitations and the specific pathogens they are designed to combat. Here are some common bacteria and viruses that antibacterial fabrics may be effective against:
Staphylococcus aureus
Escherichia coli (E. coli)
Klebsiella pneumoniae
Streptococcus pyogenes
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
Clostridium difficile (C. difficile)
Some strains of Influenza virus
Some strains of Rhinovirus (common cold virus)
Some strains of Coronavirus (note: effectiveness against specific strains may vary)
Some strains of Herpes simplex virus
Some strains of Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
Some strains of Norovirus

How long can the antibacterial effect of Antibacterial fabric last?
The duration of the antibacterial effect of antibacterial fabric can vary depending on several factors, including the type of antibacterial treatment, usage patterns, and care practices. Here are some key considerations:
Type of Antibacterial Treatment: The longevity of the antibacterial effect often depends on the specific treatment used on the fabric. Some treatments are designed to be longer-lasting and can withstand multiple washes, while others may diminish more quickly.
Usage and Wear: The antibacterial properties of the fabric may wear off more quickly in areas that experience frequent friction, stretching, or abrasion. For example, in clothing, the antibacterial effect on areas that rub against the skin may diminish faster.
Washing and Care: The way the fabric is washed and cared for can significantly impact the duration of its antibacterial properties. High-temperature washing, harsh detergents, and frequent washing may reduce the effectiveness of the antibacterial treatment. It's important to follow the care instructions provided by the fabric manufacturer.
Environmental Factors: Exposure to environmental factors, such as sunlight, humidity, and exposure to contaminants, can affect the antibacterial properties of the fabric over time.
Quality of Treatment: The quality and effectiveness of the antibacterial treatment can vary among manufacturers and brands. Some treatments are designed to provide long-lasting antibacterial effects, while others may have a shorter duration.
Testing and Certification: Some antibacterial fabrics undergo testing and certification to determine the longevity of their antibacterial properties. Manufacturers may provide information on the expected duration of effectiveness.