Nylon has a brightness that's similar to silk, and has very good water absorption, making it convenient to dye and wash. However, it does not conduct heat easily, and has low-tension resistance. Nylon is very strong, has great stain resistance and is anti-corrosion.
- Excellent abrasion resistance and high degree of resistance to tear.
- Excellent elasticity and wrinkles are easily smoothed out.
- Heat can allow nylon to set form permanently.
- Resistant to alkaline and most solvents, and will melt in phenols and formic acid under room temperature.
- Prolonged exposure to the sun will become yellow and lose its resilience.
- Can be universally used for knitting and weaving.
- Clothing: socks, pants, underwear, pajamas, lining, sportswear.
- Accessories: socks, ties.
- Home textile: rugs, curtains, umbrellas, and sewing threads.
- Technology related textile: tents, ropes, canvases, parachutes, interior of a tire, seat belts, and air bags.