|Minimum Order Quantity||300 Kg|
|Size||Depend On gsm|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Antipilling fabric is a type of textile that has been treated to reduce or eliminate the formation of pills or small balls of fiber that form on the surface of the fabric over time with wear and washing. Pills can make the fabric look old and worn out and can also cause discomfort or irritation if they rub against the skin.
Antipilling fabrics are typically made from synthetic fibers such as polyester, nylon, or acrylic, which are less prone to pilling than natural fibers such as wool or cotton. The fabric may also be treated with a special finish or coating that helps prevent pills from forming.
In addition to being more aesthetically pleasing, antipilling fabrics are generally more durable and long-lasting than fabrics that pill easily. They are often used in clothing items such as sweaters, fleece jackets, and blankets, as well as in upholstery and other household textiles.