alexa Antimicrobial Studies of Knitted Fabrics from Bamboo, Soybean and Flax Fibers at Various Blends

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Antimicrobial Studies of Knitted Fabrics from Bamboo, Soybean and Flax Fibers at Various Blends

 In recent years, the demands of textiles have changed with the development in technology and the raised living standards. Alongwith style and durability, the clothing-comfort that includes thermophysiological comfort. It is evident that fiber type, yarn properties, fabric structure, finishing treatments and clothing conditions are the main factors affecting the clothing comfort . Over the last few years, there has been growing interest in knitted fabrics due to comfortable stretch, freedom of movement and good air-, and water vaporpermeability characteristics. Therefore, knitted fabrics are also preferred for sportswear, casual wear and all types of intimate apparel like hosiery, bathing suits, fit-in t-shirts and socks applications.

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