What are the characteristics of New Zealand wool?
1.Most New Zealand wools have a fiber diameter of 31 to 40 microns, a fiber length of 100 to 300 mm, a good strength, a uniform quality, a pure white color, and no black fiber, and can dye all the colors in a chromatogram. Make New Zealand wool the best raw material for carpet production. Now, New Zealand has become the world's largest producer and trader of carpet wool.
2.Wool is an excellent natural fiber. It is soft, elastic, high in strength, and very resilient. Nature gives genetic properties to sheep, giving wool carpets excellent resilience, flame retardancy and stain resistance, as well as insulation, noise reduction and natural humidity conditioning. There are still many consumers who have misunderstood wool carpets and believe that wool carpets will generate many locusts in the room. In fact, carpets are usually laid in places exposed to sunlight and are not suitable for locusts to survive. In order to prevent certain insect larvae from damaging wool carpets, carpets and rugs carrying the New Zealand wool mark have been treated with insect repellents. This natural insecticide is harmless to children and pets.