What Is Waterproof and Oil-Proof Fabric?
The "three-proof" fabric refers to the fabric that has been treated with a technology to form a stable air interface protective film on the surface of the fabric, which can prevent water, oil, and stains. The fabric treated with such a process is called a "three-proof" fabric.
The true waterproof and oil-proof fabric refers to the fabric that can resist oil but not soak it, and can resist water but not seep.
It is suitable for making labor protection clothing that frequently contacts with oil and water media, and is widely used in petroleum, chemical, gas stations, mining, chef uniforms, repair, and other industries.
Waterproof: The fabric is coated with a water-resistant film that does not allow water to penetrate but does not close the pores of the fabric, thus making the fabric both water-resistant and breathable.
Oil-proof: When the fabric is not wetted by oil, it has oil resistance.
Anti-stain: In fact, it is a method of reducing the speed and degree of soiling and making it easy to clean, including easy-to-clean and dirt-resistant finishes.
Easy-to-clean fabric refers to the fabric that is very easy to wash or even wipe off stains after being contaminated by pollutants. The fabric treated with an easy-to-clean agent has the dual functions of anti-stain and easy-to-clean, that is, it is not easy to be stained with oil during use. Once it is stained, it can be easily washed under normal conditions.
If the fabric has oil and water resistance and anti-stain properties at the same time, it can be called a "three-proof" fabric.