♦Wiping the seriously contaminated equipments and parts.
♦Repairing and maintaining the equipments of the production line.
♦Surface treatment combining with the solvent.
♦Cleaning the rough surface.
♦Maintaining the automotive and cleaning the surface before painting.
♦Wiping hands and the users themselves.
What are viscose nonwoven Wiping Rags
Viscose nonwoven wiping rags are made from wood pulp that has been chemically processed to create a fabric-like material. These rags are often used in place of traditional cloth towels because they are more absorbent and can be reused multiple times before being disposed of. Viscose nonwovens are also less likely to tear or fray making them ideal for cleaning up messes that require a bit of scrubbing.
Viscose nonwoven wiping rags are made from wood pulp that is chemically processed to create a fabric. They are soft absorbent and lint-free making them ideal for use in cleaning tasks. Viscose nonwovens are also strong and durable so they can be reused multiple times. Because they are made from natural materials viscose nonwovens are also biodegradable and environmentally friendly.
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Features of viscose nonwoven Wiping Rags
viscose nonwoven wiping rags are made of wood pulp. The wood pulp is first dissolved in a solution and then extruded through a fine mesh. The resulting fabric is strong absorbent and has a silky feel. It is often used in cleaning applications because it does not leave behind lint or other residues.
Viscose nonwoven wiping rags are made of 100% viscose rayon fabric. Viscose is a regenerated cellulose fiber made from wood pulp. It is soft absorbent and strong when wet. Viscose fabric is also known as rayon. The manufacturing process of viscose nonwoven wiping rags is safe and does not generate any hazardous waste material. Viscose nonwoven wiping rags are available in various sizes colors and weights. They are also available in different grades depending on the intended use.