What are the material ingredients of wet wipes
What are the material ingredients of wet wipes?
With the development of society, people’s living standards continue to improve, and everyone’s requirements for the quality of daily necessities are getting higher and higher. The role of various daily necessities is becoming more and more refined. Some of the functions of the previous paper towels have been replaced by wet wipes. Instead, wet tissue paper now also plays an important role in daily life. So what are the main materials and ingredients of wet tissue paper?
The main ingredients of wet wipes include non-woven fabrics, water and additives.
As the name suggests, non-woven fabric is a fabric that does not need to be woven and is made by directly bonding fibers together by mechanical and thermal bonding methods. There are many raw materials for making non-woven fabrics, and the methods of making non-woven fabrics are also divided into many types according to the different raw materials, and the raw materials can be various. Among the many types of non-woven fabrics, spunlace non-woven fabrics mainly use high pressure to spray fine water streams onto the fiber web, so that one or more layers of fibers are entangled with each other to form a network or firmness and strength. The non-woven fabric made in this way not only has a soft feel, but also has a certain tensile strength.
In addition, other processing techniques include melt bonding and spun bonding. In addition to the processing technology factors that determine the quality of non-woven fabrics, there is also the choice of raw materials, so this requires a comprehensive judgment.
The liquid content in wet wipes is generally about 80%. Too low moisture ratio will cause wet wipes to be too dry, and too high to appear too moist, both of which are not convenient to use. After repeated tests, only when the liquid content is 80% is the most appropriate. 90% of the liquid components in the wipes are water, and the rest are some additive components. Therefore, in order to avoid the reaction between the two, the water in the wipes needs special treatment, most of which will be labeled as "refined water" "Pure water", "RO pure water" and so on.