Oxford cloth is also called Oxford spinning. Originated in the United Kingdom, the traditional combed cotton fabric named after Oxford University, Oxford cloth began around 1900. It adopts finer combed high count yarns as double warp, and interweaves with thicker weft yarns with flat weft.
Soft color, soft cloth body, good breathability, comfortable to wear, easy to wash and quick-dry, it is mostly used for shirts, sportswear and pajamas. The product varieties are more fancy, including plain, bleach, color warp white weft, color warp color weft, medium and light color stripe pattern, etc .; there are also woven with polyester cotton yarn. Non-woven fabric, also known as non-woven fabric, is composed of oriented or random fibers, and is a new generation of environmentally friendly materials.
It is moisture-proof, breathable, flexible, lightweight, non-combustible, easy to decompose, non-toxic and non-irritating, rich in color, low in price, recyclable and so on. For example, polypropylene (pp material) pellets are mostly used as raw materials, which are produced by continuous high-temperature melting, spinning, spreading, and hot-rolling. It is called cloth because of its appearance and certain properties. Which is better, Oxford cloth or non-woven cloth?
Generally speaking, Oxford cloth is better than non-woven cloth. Non-woven cloth cannot be washed like other cloths. Oxford cloth is very clean.