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High tech fabrics deceive people to wear thermal underwear and sweat. There was plastic film

I visited major shopping malls and supermarkets in our city and found that at present, it is the peak sales season of thermal underwear, and major brands are making a big fuss about materials. Scientific and technological terms such as Salam heating fiber, infrared ray, magnetic spin heating are dazzling, and the price ranges from dozens of yuan to thousands of yuan

how effective are these thermal underwear with highly affirmed high-tech names from the fifth spot check group, which are branded by the country as products destined for Kazakhstan? How should citizens choose correctly

"the material used in this kind of thermal underwear can gather heat and is very warm to wear." At Yonghui supermarket in Yangjiaping pedestrian street, the salesperson said to the salesperson that this thermal underwear has a layer of Salam heating fiber, which can absorb the heat emitted by the body and heat. The thermal effect is several times that of traditional cotton thermal underwear. When asked what is Salam heating fiber, the salesperson only said that it is a high-tech new material. Because of the addition of high-tech fabrics, these thermal underwear are often thousands of yuan a set

in a underwear store in Nanping pedestrian street, where the consumption of ethanol was significantly reduced, a label was found saying that the thermal underwear made of mayabi fabric cost 599 yuan only for the top. A thermal underwear fabric with a price of 460 has two to three layers, and the ingredients are marked with Exxon

shopping malls found that in addition to traditional pure cotton materials, thermal underwear on the market also includes high woven cotton, forged colored cotton, suede, fleece, coral wool, camel hair, milk protein fiber, viscose fiber, modal fiber, bamboo charcoal polyester fiber, regenerated cellulose fiber, etc

these technical terms often make consumers dizzy, "I haven't heard of them. What kind of material is this?" In Nanping pedestrian street, a woman who is checking whether the joint of the oil system is tightened with thermal underwear said

"after wearing it for less than half a day, I began to feel wet all over, and my whole body began to sweat." Liu Meina, who lives in Huangjue garden, Huangjue Ping, Yangjiaping, spent more than 800 yuan a few days ago to buy a set of thermal underwear. After putting it on, she found that it was indeed as hot as the salesperson said, but after only wearing it for a long time, she felt wet all over. When she went home and opened it, she found that there was a layer of plastic film inside the underwear

staff of the fiber and textile inspection bureau:

the so-called high-tech fabrics are lack of basis

Chongqing Evening News called the Chongqing fiber and Textile Inspection Bureau for consultation. "Salam and other fabrics are actually chemical fibers." The staff said that Salam is a new term, which is actually adding ultrafine ceramics to the chemical fiber acrylic fiber, making it have the far-infrared heating effect. This process is used in many new fibers. Many so-called high-tech fabric materials belong to synthetic fibers or man-made fibers, most of which come from petroleum by-products such as acrylonitrile, polyethylene, caprolactam, etc. they are not new inventions, but are called by another name

at present, there is no industry standard for thermal underwear, and many so-called high-tech concepts in the market lack scientific basis. Some thermal underwear claims to have the function of curing diseases, which cannot be defined because the state has not yet issued relevant standards. "It is suggested that consumers should try to choose regular manufacturers when buying such products, take comfort as the primary consideration, and avoid paying for the new concept hyped by businesses."

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