Soft and Stretchy for Products in Contact With the Skin
Spunlace is a very soft nonwoven material that usually contains viscose to be able to absorb liquid. It is usually used in different types of wipes.
While the properties of the spunlace can be controlled by mixing different types of fiber, polyester and viscose are the fibers most commonly used.
The material is very soft, smooth and stretchable. Because of these properties, it is often used in products close to the skin. Unlike spunbond, spunlace gives off fibers.
WHERE IS IT USED?
The material is primarily used for wipes because it is soft and has a high level of wet strength.
Wipes; due to its skinfriendly and soft texture it is most common in hygiene products like wipes.
We do not supply spunlace for traditional wipes, but we can help if you need it for special wipes.
Furnitures and beds
Spunlace is made up of chopped fibers that are mixed in a silo and then placed on a conveyor. At that time, the material is a batting. The batting is treated with a water jet that causes the fibers to bind together and creates a soft, thin material.Spunlace is usually made of a mixture of polyester fiber and viscose, but other combinations are possible.
All of our spunlace is supplied on rolls and has a weight of 40–120 g/sqm. We offer different products with different absorption capabilities.
Are you not sure exactly what you are looking for? Let us know what properties you need or what demands you have and we will help you find the right product.